This is a must see tour when in Tasmania. Visit Mount Field, the oldest National Park in the state and take a rainforest walk to the stunning Russell Falls. Climb the stairs to the Horseshoe Falls and crane your neck to see some of the tallest trees in the world. Listen to the sounds of the wilderness while your guide interprets the local flora and fauna. Be invited to lunch in a local restaurant. With a bit of luck spot a Platypus playing in the nearby Derwent River. In the afternoon, visit Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and experience Tasmanian Devils, Wombats, Wallabies, Quolls and other Australian animals first hand. Be invited to meet a team of dedicated team wildlife carers and get close to your favourite animal.

Highlights are:

  • get close to a Tasmanian Devil and other native animals
  • hand-feed a bunch of Wallabies and Kangaroos
  • visit Mount Field NP
  • see the tallest trees in the Southern hemisphere
  • take a selfie at the stunning Russell Falls


Mt Field National Park & Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is your opportunity to experience Tasmanian Devils, Wombats, Quolls and other Australian animals. The Tasmanian kangaroos at Bonorong are incredibly gentle, so take the delightful opportunity to hand feed them. This dedicated team of wildlife carers provides an invaluable service to the research and protection of native wildlife in Tasmania. Our journey continues through the picturesque Derwent Valley dotted with orchards, hop fields and quaint reminders of the historic origins of the area. Then travel to Mount Field National Park, the oldest National Park in the state. Explore the green forest canopy where you crane your neck to see some of the tallest flowering trees in the world. The majesty of Russell Falls is revealed after a short stroll through the lush rain forest.

Includes:  Small group touring with local guide (max. 8 guests), transport in a well-appointed vehicle, entry to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and national parks pass

This tour runs Saturday, Sunday and Monday from October through to April except Christmas Day, New Years Day and Good Friday.