Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

Cradle Mountain, a mountain of 1500 metres is in the Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania is in Tasmania’s north, about two hours drive from Launceston.  It’s where Cara goes to recuperate after George’s death in the Southern Ocean.  Cliff has bought her a bike and she decides to go and look for wildlife in the button grass, the long grass you see in one of the photographs.  Wombats go mad for it and at dawn and dusk you can see them and the little rufus wallabies out there happily grazing.

There’s only one road in and out of Cradle Mountain and the road twists and turns.  It’s the perfect place for a chase sequence.  And here on this lonely road Cara decides to venture out on the bike.  What she doesn’t know is that she’s been spotted…. And nobody else knows that she’s out there alone on that road.  If she did miss a corner or have a close encounter with another vehicle there wouldn’t be any witnesses….

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