March 31 to april 2 2017 at cradle mountain

These are the types of things we'll be doing again in 2018: Stay Tuned!

March 31: Feature Night

7-9PM Sea Gypsies - The Far Side of the World, plus short film The Adventure Dispatch at Cradle Mountain Hotel. With the Sea Shepherds.

April 1: The biggest day of the Film Fest

11:30-12:30PM Filmmakers' workshop Ingredients for Adventure: Getting your film into an international festival
1:30-3PM Blow your kids' minds with a special program of short films from Mountainfilm on Tour at Devils@Cradle, followed by a tour of the sanctuary. Limited to 80 tickets.
4:30-6PM One Year in Tasmania Adventure Film screening at Cradle Mountain Hotel. Buy a drink, be inspired, and vote for a winner! A shortlist of the best short adventure films made in Tassie in 2016/17. Tickets include welcome drink to get your party started!

6PM - Gates open for the Tasmanian exclusive outdoor party and screening of Mountainfilm on Tour (7-10PM). All the way from Telluride, Colorado, we feature the best of Mountainfilm as the sun sets on Cradle Mountain. Bring your festival chair, down jacket and an appetite for good eats and drinks to this evening of adventure. Bar by Seven Sheds Brewery, delicious food available.

April 2: The most hard core day of the Film Fest

5AMish - Wilderness Yoga: Walk into the wilderness with a stunning view to the East and salute the sunrise with yoga, led by Sarah.
10AM-2PM - Mountain Huts Film Trail: Grab a FREE map and walk or run around Cradle Mountain to experience short films screened in the mountain huts, some not usually open to the public. Complete the entire program for a chance to win great prizes! Huts include Waldheim, Mt Kate, BP Lodge (Scout Hut), Kitchen Hut, Twisted Lakes Emergency Shelter. Parks Pass required. Access to Ronny Creek/Dove Lake by shuttle bus, parking at Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre.