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East Coast Natureworld, Bicheno
(4.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Explore Tasmania’s ecosystems at East Coast Natureworld, offering an intimate look at the area’s incredible variety of native mammals, birds, and reptiles. Situated on over 61 hectares (150 acres) of forests, lagoons, and beaches, this sprawling ecology park offers visitors a chance to roam at their own pace, and a rare opportunity to hand-feed a number of animals, such as kangaroos and koalas. As you walk along, keep an eye out for Tasmanian devils, wombats, geese, eagles, bettongs, cockatoos, parrots, and pademelons. Be sure to stop by the park’s well-stocked souvenir shop, and grab a meal at the on-site café. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to East Coast Natureworld by using our Bicheno family vacation planner.
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  • We have seen Tasmanian Devils in every Zoo we have visited - but this is the first time we have seen them moving. This park has set time talks with the various animals. Don't miss the Devils - they ge...  more »
  • At first the park hits you as expensive. $68 for a family of 3 kids and 2 adults ... for what seems like a very very small park with a few enclosures. But what makes it all worth it is the animal feed...  more »
  • this place has a selection of local Tasmanian wildlife to see. It is a very pleasant place to walk around and quote large if you want to go down the end of the property. but it not, most of the animal...  more »
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  • Fabulous place to visit. The guides were enthusiastic and commited to their jobs. Very informative on their subjects. Recommend a visit to this place. Privately owned. They are doing a fantastic job
  • The tours were really interesting and the guides were extremely knowledgable and passionate about the animals - it was great seeing the Tassie Devil feeding in action. However when we walked around to see the other animals, some of the exhibits further away from the entrance seemed to be closed or not working. If you buy food to feed to the wallabies, be careful as they can be quite enthusiastic about getting their paws on it. Overall, a good quality nature park which is worth stopping at if you're in the area.
  • This is a great nature Park. Worth going if your near the area. So many Tasmania devil to see and wombats. Friendly staff and lost of wallabies to feed. Kids will have a great time. Not to mention feeding time for the different animal was a highlight of the day
  • Spent half a day here. Wombats, Kangaroos, Tasmanian Devils, Quolls, they have it all. The park is on flat ground but some of the animal exhibits are a bit of a walk. There is a great educational centre about Devils for the kids. Keeper talks are held regularly. I attended the one on Quolls and another on Tasmanian Devils. The keeper was knowledgeable and entertaining. I recommend this place to all.
  • Brilliant guides who are super passionate about all of the wildlife they are caring for.