Tour ID: 10062786
Everyone who visits Tasmania want to see and learn all about the famous Tasmanian (Tassie) Devils. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is just the place. You not only get to see them, the rangers tell you all about them and all the other animals they have there. You can feed the kangaroos ( great photo opportunity), see and learn all about the Koalas & Wombats and discover how they are related! There are many other great animals to see as well.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary describes itself as “not a zoo, our aim is to get healthy animals back in the wild.” You will experience an informative and eco-educational guided tour from one of the sanctuary’s wildlife keepers and come face to face with the iconic Tasmanian devil and learn all about its peculiar and eccentric personality.
There will also be the opportunity to hand-feed some of the Sanctuary’s kangaroos and see many of the other fascinating animals including wombats, koalas and possibly even Sugar Gliders, Eastern Quolls, Tawny Frogmouths, a range of local birdlife and “Randall” the echidna.
Starts: Hobart 12.30pm
Finishes: Hobart 5.30pm
11:30 AM Mon, Wed, Sat
We pick up from any centrally located Hotel or Hostel. If you aren't staying in a hotel, we can arrange to collect you from the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre on Davey Street.
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays year-round, as well as selected Thursdays and Sundays during peak periods.
What to bring:
-Comfortable trail walking shoes
-Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
-Clothes to suit conditions (layers are a good idea)
-Waterproof jacket (just in case)
Minimum age to join tour is 8 years. Children between 8 and 18 years pay the adult rate, and must travel with a parent or legal guardian.
Hobart and Richmond
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