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Trowunna Wildlife Park

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1892 Mole Creek Rd, Mole Creek, Tasmania 7304, Australia
+61 3 6363 6162
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Very clean and pleasant park

Took the kids here while on holiday in the area. Lovely park with free ranging animals you can... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2017
Krissy B
Port Stephens, Australia
via mobile
Tasmanian Wildlife

After initially thinking that the entry fee of $26 was high, we left feeling that this was good... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2017
Brisbane, Australia
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Trowunna Wildlife Park, 65 acres sanctuary for our Native Tasmanian Wildlife. Tasmanian Devils; Wombats; Quolls; Echidnas; Forester Kangaoos and an array of birds, ducks and Cape Barren Geese to name a fewTrowunna is approximately 12minutes west of Deloraine, 40 minutes south of Devonport, 45 minutes west of Launceston and 75 minutes east of Cradle Mountain. Trowunna Wildlife Park is open every day except Christmas Day with 3 daily interactive tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Come and see the wombats roaming free at Trowunna hand feed the 'friendliest kangaroos', mob of 50+. Relax and lose yourself in the tranquil sanctuary that is Trowunna. Trowunna Wildlife Park has been successfully breeding Tasmanian devils since 1985 and we are also active in other conservation projects such as Quoll and wombat breeding programs and native Tasmanian wildlife rehabilitation program.
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1892 Mole Creek Rd, Mole Creek, Tasmania 7304, Australia
+61 3 6363 6162
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Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

Took the kids here while on holiday in the area. Lovely park with free ranging animals you can feed. Kids really enjoyed this and the 3.00 guided tour. Meet a lovely man with a beard who had a baby quoll, he let us pat her...More

Thank Krissy B
Reviewed 31 October 2017

After initially thinking that the entry fee of $26 was high, we left feeling that this was good value for money. The grounds and enclosures are attractive and well maintained and there was a good range of Tasmanian animals. The highlight for us was the...More

Thank SuzieLee71
Reviewed 27 October 2017 via mobile

A beautiful setting with a fabulous close up of sine of Tassie's wonderful animals. We chose this sanctuary over the zoo and were glad we did. The peaceful setting and relaxed feel was obvious to us and clear in the comfort of the animals too....More

Thank Sp00ks72
Reviewed 27 October 2017 via mobile

The whole place has a lovely setting and friendly staff. Thanks to Andy for the tour highly recommended. Limited amount of animals but this is made up for by the fact you can get very up close and personal with some of them. Great place...More

Thank Noel C
Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

Initially thought the entry fee was a bit high but they are a rescue place so it goes to a good cause . Ample grounds to move around in. Lots of kangaroos hopping around . Enclosures are a little repetitive but I guess that's the...More

Thank rhinoman62
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

Completely charity funded animal rescue project, successfully caring for and rehabilitating back to the wild injured Tasmanian Devils and other native wildlife. Excellent guided walk around the area with one of the staff, with chance to see Tasmanian Devils, wombats, deer, eagles.

Thank 2008J-V
Reviewed 3 October 2017

The joy my kids got from feeding kangaroos and wallabies was worth the entry price alone! A couple of the bigger kangaroos who got a bit pushy trying to get fed scared my six year old daughter but they were not aggressive. We went for...More

Thank Jason_King1969
Reviewed 27 September 2017

Visit the park for getting up close to some classic Tasmanian and Australian animals. We did the tour which was informative and great for children. The unexpected bonus was the kangaroos continuously racing around the park like a horse race.

Thank Daniel_R011
Reviewed 26 September 2017

We had an enjoyable visit to this site in early september. Having spent a week on Tas we had driven past a number of sites promoting their "Devil Experience" but we were glad we left the visit to our last day as this was a...More

Thank mikebryan77
TrowunnaWildlifePark, Reception at Trowunna Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2017

Thank you Mike for your amazing review. We are glad you chose to visit Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary during your time in Tasmania and had the chance to join on one of our interactive tours with keeper, Andy. We hope to see you again. Regards, TWS

Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Had an amazing day at Trowunna Wildlife Park. Feeding the free range kangaroos and bird life was incredible. Such friendly animals that aren't scared of you. Andy was an amazing tour guide who knew his stuff and had so much compassion for the animals he...More

Thank Sarah H
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