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Tassie in winter

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We're a family of 3 and we're considering a very low-key getaway in July. We've been looking to settle into a self-catering spot for 5-7 days. One we have our eye on is just a little north of Freycinet. From there, much of the east coast seems reasonably reachable by car.

We're also thinking about picking one other spot for 2 additional days. I haven't been to Tasmania before and my wife not since school days. We're only coming from Melbourne so no travel impact to speak of.

Not asking for weather predictions of course, but wondering if certain areas would be ill-advised. Specifically, the Cradle Mountain area is both compelling but a concern.

Any must or must nots for the time of year?

Thanks

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