Trowunna is a wildlife park with a difference
1892 Mole Creek Road, Mole Creek Tasmania 7304
Phone: 03 6363 6162 Email: email@example.com
We're open every day except Christmas (9am-5pm) !
Daily interactive tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
Best place to see the Tasmanian Devils- breeding Tasmanian devils since 1985
We started caring for our native animals 30 years ago, and continue to house the world's largest heritage population of endangered Tasmanian Devils.
Trowunna is approximately 12minutes west of Deloraine, 40 minutes south of Devonport, 45 minutes west of Launceston and 75 minutes east of Cradle Mountain.
Trowunna Wildlife Park is a privately owned wildlife park, for native Tasmanian wildlife. Trowunna has a great range of marsupials, birds and reptiles on site. Trowunna has become such an animal friendly place that much of the wildlife is drawn to the sanctuary as a natural safe haven.
The primary goal for Trowunna Wildlife Park is wildlife conservation and education. The ecological sustainability of the Tasmanian flora and fauna is of valued importance. We take sheer delight in seeing the smiles of so many visitors as they explore the sanctuary that is Trowunna.
Trowunna is an integral part of the larger picture of wildlife in Tasmania. Centrally set amongst varying environments, Trowunna provides an oasis to transient and migratory wildlife looking to travel through what are, sometimes hostile environments. Where we are located is a crossroad where animals from alpine, forested, and costal regions can meet and traverse across safely.
Here at Trowunna, we only care for our native Tasmanian fauna, except for our Koalas which we have been breeding for over 20 years as part of a disease free population. Where better a place to display our wonderful selection of Tasmanian fauna, than amongst our naturally occurring array of habitats with native flora.
Trowunna Wildlife Park, Mole Creek Tasmania has daily educational interactive tours with group and private bookings welcome. With facilites such as a the Devil Education and Research Centre, a gift shop, parking, toilets, picnic tables, bbq's and disabled accessability. The Devil Education and Research Centre at Trowunna aims to highlight the unique carnivorous mammals that live in Tasmania.
Trowunna Wildlife Park, 65 acres of serene sanctuary for our Native Tasmanian Wildlife, experience the magic, nature's wonderland, a wildlife park that still is as it was 25 years ago.
So when you ask, whats on Tasmania or What are the things to do in Tasmania. Go to Trowunna Wildlife Park.
Spring 2012 at Trowunna Wildlife Park.
Spring is here!! The days are getting warmer and longer. There is plenty of activity in the wildlife kingdom; with an array of birds displaying their bright colours, in their dance of courtship and busily making their nests.
Animal numbers are on the rise at Trowunna; ‘Love seeing the babies’.
Baby Tasmanian Devils are out of their mothers pouch; riding on the their backs; full of play and mischief. Baby Wombats; Spotted Tail Quolls and Eastern Quolls are inquisitive, playful yet sleepy bubs. Forrester Kangaroos; Bennetts Wallabies and Pademelon Joeys are out and about, looking as cute as ever. Cape Barren Goslings and the Mountain Ducklings are enjoying the warmth of the sun whilst swimming with the frogs and tadpoles in the dam at Trowunna...
Spring a time of hope and new beginnings, nature at its best! Call in and immerse yourself in the sanctuary that is Trowunna. Wander at your leisure and explore the renewal, the regrowth of the magnificent flora in the 5 different natural habitats. Keep your eyes open and delight in the activities of the wild fauna that also call Trowunna home.
We can’t wait to see you!
THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE MADE KIND DONATIONS; EVERY BIT HELPS
"Living with Wildlife"
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