What a great view from the top, the chairlift is a must do as tje scenery on the way back down is absolutely beautiful. I grew up in this town but the wife just couldn't get over how picturesque the town is.
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We choose to walk up to the Nut. Boy oh boy it is steep. Take your time. My elderly parent when up by the chair lift. Such a beautiful walk around the top of the nut. But a big hint - when going on the...More
After having a coffee at the Nut Rock Cafe you can walk around to the chairlift station and take a ride up. This not only makes the trip easier but also provides a number of great photo opportunities. The walk around takes about 30 to...More
We rode the chairlift to the top, and then hike around the Nut. The views are fantastic and offer great photos. The chairlift ride was safe and exhilarating, and is quite steep in parts. Children would need to be accompanied by an adult. Be prepared...More
We really enjoyed the experience, however if given the choice take the chair lift up as it is a 450m vertical walk to the top - master 6 wanted to run to the top so an adult had to walk with him. Needless to say...More
This was the last stop on our Tassie holiday I wish we'd had more time to enjoy its really a beautiful spot don't miss out on the food at the pub
The chairlift up and down was, according to my wife, full of wonderful views. I kept my eyes shut for most of it! Once at the top the views are incredible and the 2km walk around the top a pleasant, if windy stroll. I'd recommend...More
Accessible by chair lift or foot. Great view while at the top and there is a walking trail you can do. Windy at some parts so do bring a wind breaker with you when visiting.Saw couple of wallabies in the low trees bushes.