What's the next step for Cradle?
Standing at the summit of Cradle Mountain on January 4, 1910, Gustav Weindorfer examined the sublime landscape laid out before him. With his wife, Kate, by his side, the awe-struck botanist declared: “This must be a national park for the people for all time. It is magnificent, and people must know about it and enjoy it.”
Tasmanian Walking Company general manager Heath Garratt said the words of Weindorfer had stuck with him since he was a child.“I’ve always had an affinity with him,” the Burnie-born businessman said. “We went to the Gustav memorial days as kids and it was always a pretty special thing to be a part of.”
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