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Wing's Wildlife Park, Gunns Plains

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TripAdvisor
  • Here, we went for a nice day tour and we really enjoyed it! Kids loved it and I would recommend this place to all families having young kids.  more »
  • We stopped to have lunch at the cafĂ© while we were driving to the canyon. We each had a toasted sandwich and coffee which were really nice. The sandwiches were a largish piece of bread with plenty of ...  more »
  • The location is just one hour from the terminal ferry Devonport.We went to here after visit the Leven Canyon.Here you can be so close to the animal.You can pet Koala,hold Tasmanian Devil,feed Kangaroo...  more »
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  • Great family outing. Tassie devils were fantastic! Kids loved they could feed most animals. Really nice toastie for lunch on a cool day.
  • The best Wildlife Park that I have visited in Tasmania. Great variety of native and exotic animals that are well presented and looked after by very caring staff. Great place to visit no matter what age you are and there are other attractions nearby like Gunns Plains Caves Preston Falls Kaydale Lodge and Leven Canyon so you could make a day of it in the area.
  • The staff are always friendly and very helpful, the park has a great array of animals. Loved the information that the staff were able to provide on the different types of animals. The cafe was wonderful and enjoyed our lunch and wasn't too bad on the price. Overall a wonderful day out for the family .
  • I visited this park yesterday and I found it well worth the visit. The staff were very informative and actually knew what they were talking about. There was ample room for all animals reptiles etc to move about freely and they are extremely well looked after. The cafe was an awesome venue to eat at and sit a spell also. Well worth a visit, I would recommend it to all animal lovers.
  • The staff were friendly and helpful. Like most zoos in Tassie you can feed some animals. We had a good time looking over the animals. The best feature was the tassie devil feeding. The best feeding display of a pack of devils in action that I've seen on the island. Worth a visit.