Mole Creek is a town in the upper Mersey Valley, in the central north of Tasmania, Australia. It has a population of 211 (2001 census) and a primary school that services the surrounding districts including Chudleigh and Caveside. The nearest high school and regional centre is Deloraine.
Spectacular limestone caves, Leatherwood honey and the Trowunna Wildlife Park. Great Western Tiers scenery and bushwalks.
Most people come to Mole Creek to visit its tourist caves; Marakoopa Cave (from the aboriginal word meaning ‘handsome’) and the King Solomon Cave. Marakoopa is a wet cave that features two underground streams and amazing display of glow worms. It is located 8 km from Mole Creek. King Solomon Cave is a smaller, dry cave (yet still spectacular) situated 15 km west and is better suited to those who are less energetic, due to its fewer steps.