The Cradle Mountain–Lake St Clair National Park with its ancient rainforests and alpine heaths is home of the iconic Cradle Mountain and part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Lake Marion & the Guardians of the Du Cane Range.
The Lake Marion at 947 metres is a small mountain lake with a surface area of about 20 hectares. It is surrounded by Mt. Gould (1'415 m) in the northeast, the Guardians (1'386 m) in the northwest and the Horizontal Hill (1'238 m) in the west.
Lake St Clair & Mount Gould.
Australia 1997, Cradle Mountain.
The stamp was issued in the series "Unesco Heritage Sites in Australia".
The Cradle Mountain at 1'545 m is situated on the island of Tasmania. It is the central feature and forms the northern end of the Cradle-Mountain-Lake-St.-Clair-Nationalpark.
It has four named summits: Cradle Mountain (1'545 m), Smithies Peak (1'545 m), Weindorfers Tower (1'459 m) and Little Horn (1'355 m).
Australia 2000, Cradle Mountain.
The stamp is showing a view from the Dove Lake.
The stamp was issued in the series "International stamps – Views of Australia".
Australia 2012, Cradle Mountain.
The picture above is showing a view from the Dove Lake area.
The picture below is showing the Little Horn from the Twisted Lakes area.
The stamp was issued in the series "Wilderness Australia I".
Australia 2015, Overland Track.
The stamp depicts Lake Elysia and Mt. Geryon (1'509 m) in the labyrinth in "Cradle-Mountain-Lake-St.-Clair-Nationalpark".
It is existing perforated/water-activated & die–cut/self–adhesive and was issued in the series "Great Australian Walks".
The Overland Track is a famous 65 kilometres long trek from Dove Lake to Lake St Clair.
The Cradle Mountain was depicted as illustration on a miniaturesheet of the following series:
São Tomé and Príncipe 2017 "Extinct Species"