Pay a visit to Tasmania's ever-popular Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary during the day with a general admission ticket and get up close to all of the animal favourites that call the sanctuary home. From koalas and kangaroos to Tasmanian devils, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for recovering and orphaned animals of all shapes and sizes in the region. This great sanctuary is always a hit with the kids as they'll be able to have a face-to-face, fun and educational encounter with native Aussie wildlife. The famously friendly keepers aim to both inform and entertain guests. With a large mobs of free-ranging kangaroos, as well as a number of species that are now extinct in all other parts of Australian except Tasmania, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary provides one of the most personal, intimate and enjoyable animal-oriented days out in the state. In addition to exploring the sanctuary on your own, you can also take part in one of the daily guided tours. There are four daily tours to choose from; 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm, with each running for 45-minutes and providing a great amount of fun and information for everyone to enjoy. It's easily reachable from Hobart and ideal for a day trip, so grab your tickets online here today!
Brilliant experience I would highly recommend it to anyone
It's totally worth to visit if you're in town. 360 degree view of Gold Coast will give you a wow. Come around 4.30pm for sunset, you can see how beautiful the horizon and city is from high up. Stay for dinner or drinks to see another view of city lights by night which is as well as amazing. Admission fee are $42 for adult including $20 dining voucher and $32 for children below 13YO including $15 voucher. I think it's reasonable since food is very good and large portion, can easily be shared between 2 in 1 serve.
Really awesome place, I would advise booking in advance with Experience Oz.
What an amazing place. The work they are doing for the rehabilitation of the wildlife is amazing. If you can afford to do the feeding frenzy we can't recommend highly enough. Miguel, our guide, passion and knowledge of his job made the time we spent there just that much better.
A good day out with the grandchildren. Tiring, but well worth the visit.
The grandchildren (aged 2 and 4 years) loved seeing all the animals and especially enjoyed patting and feeding the kangaroos. Grandparents enjoyed the talks and guided tour. Just a pity many of the animals are nocturnal and were asleep and out of sight.