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Tamar Island Wetlands, Riverside
(4.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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  • Only a 15 minute drive from Launceston on the West Tamar Hwy. Easy walk past bird hides to Tamar Island. Suitable for all ages. Great place to observe bird life - especially of the water variety. 
  • On a cold windy day, just stay in the lovely visitors centre which has glass windows overlooking some of the wetlands. But the walk along the board walk is easy and nice to do. All run by volunteers, ...  more »
  • Great for water birds and waders. Nice easy 4km return walk to Tamar Island. Boardwalks through wetlands. Two bird hides. RAMSAR site 
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  • Fantastic walks through the wetlands to Tamar island. Plenty of wildlife about. Well worth a visit.
  • Beautiful place, very relax, friendly staffs. Good place for fresh air before and after a busy day. For tourists, this is the place must go when you are travelling in Lauceston area. Remember bring your binoculars and camera.
  • A pleasant walk to see some wildlife at close quarters. Many black swans nesting, and some cygnets getting out and about.
  • Absolutely amazing place. Earmark 2 to 3 hours and enjoy the trail. Beware of snakes and don't disturb them 😄
  • A fantastic place to go for a short walk.