Mole Creek, Tasmania, is a tiny village of 220 people located in the mountains known as the Western Tiers. Mole Creek produces about 35 percent of the honey produced in Tasmania, including a regional specialty known as leatherwood honey.
Mole Creek Karst National Park
At Mole Creek Karst National Park, there are two well developed tourist caves near Mole Creek, and many wild caves for independent spelunkers. The tourist caves are Marakoopa Cave and King Solomon's Cave. Along with beautiful natural limestone rock formations and crystals, Marakoopa Cave features the largest glow-worm display in Australia.
R. Stephens Apiary and Honey Factory
Visitors to the Mole Creek area will want to tour the facilities at R. Stephens, the producer of the area's leatherwood honey. The farm is located at 25 Pioneer Drive, Mole Creek, Tasmania.
Trowunna Wildlife Park
Another experience that is unique in Tasmania is to see a colony of Tasmanian devils. Visitors to the Trowunna Wildlife Park will see the largest colony of these animals in the world, along with many other animals unique to Tasmania. The Park is located at 1892 Mole Creek Road, Mole Creek.