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Trowunna Wildlife Park, Mole Creek
(4.4/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Trowunna Wildlife Park is a large sanctuary for native Tasmanian wildlife, including species of wombats, quolls, echidnas, kangaroos, ducks, geese, and Tasmanian devils. Make a stop here to see the animals roaming free, or time your visit for one of many interactive daily tours and hand-feeding times. Don’t miss a rare chance to feed a friendly mob of over 50 kangaroos. Trained staff members can accompany you around the sanctuary to help you spot and attract Australia’s iconic furry creatures. Conveniently combining environmental conservation, education, and tourist recreation, the sanctuary was designed to cater to eco-tourists, adventurers, and families with small children. To visit Trowunna Wildlife Park on your trip to Mole Creek, use our Mole Creek family vacation planner.
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  • Great Wildlife Park, guide was excellent and very knowledgeable. We were able to see the animals up close with a lot just roaming around the park. Check the times for guided tours as it is worth waiti...  more »
  • See Tassie Devils up close, and open enclosures for most of the wildlife mean great photo opportunities. Check the times for guided tours where you can pat a wombat, devil, and quoll and learn about t...  more »
  • So impressed with this park, even if it isn't the largest. Rangers are really knowledgeable and friendly. Approach is one of rescue and conservation. Got to hold a wombat. They also function as a resc...  more »
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  • We had a great day at Trowunna. The tour guide was really good. He told really well about wombat and Tasmanian Devils and their habits. In this park you get the chance to get really close to the animals and even get to pat some of the hand raised animals on the tour. We felt they really take good care of the animals and although the park is small we spend quite some time because we could get really close to the animals. By visiting this park you make a contribution to the breeding program, so it is money well spend!
  • Superbly run and a fantastic experience. We saw more active Devils in ten minutes than you will see in days elsewhere. Feeding was unforgettable. The guide was highly knowledgeable and explained things well and could answer any question. Wombat cuddling was enjoyed by our boys and the other guests. Best wildlife sanctuary I've ever been to, anywhere.
  • Friendliet staff and friendliest creatures ever! Doing good things here.
  • Small place but great staff and lots of useful information don't miss the feeding time of the Tasmanian Devils...
  • nice park and friendly staff. get a free guided tour and learn more about the animals and how they got into the sanctuary. there are very cute little wombats and tasmanian devils when we went there! in addition you'll find about 60 forester kangoroos that are very friendly and come up close to you (you can even pet them if you want, but i guess you should not feed them!) absolute must!