A 4-days & 3-nights of unique wildlife, spectacular landscapes, pristine beaches and wilderness areas. View Tasmania’s wildlife, birds and forests when visiting Mt William, Ben Lomond & Narawntapu National Parks. Enjoy superb campfire dining and spectacular wildlife viewing on the nocturnal Quoll Patrol and Canopy Capers tours.
Morning: Spend a morning visiting the known bird habitat in north east Tasmania Afternoon: Quest to view the elusive platypus, relax to the afternoon sounds of the bush chorus from nearby birds, enjoy a campfire dinner as the sun sets and see the magic and enchantment as the forest comes alive. Overnight: Beulah Heritage Accommodation Dinner: Campfire dinner on tour
Depart Beulah around 9.30 am to travel to the north east corner of Tasmania visiting the beautiful Blue Lake along the way. Have lunch with the local Bennett’s wallabies and walk the long white beaches of the Bay of Fires region at Mt William National Park where over 100 species of bird life reside along with Bennett’s wallabies, eastern grey kangaroos and wombats Overnight: Beulah Heritage Accommodation Dinner: In-house
Visit Ben Lomond National Park, a spectacular mountain of dolerite columns with a magnificent array of alpine vegetation. After a picnic lunch, visit the worlds tallest white gum trees (seasonal) before a campfire dinner and sensational wildlife viewing. Relax by the camp fire and see our field of dreams come alive with eastern quolls, pademelons and brush tail possums at the campfire while wombats and Bennett’s wallaby graze close by. Overnight: Beulah Heritage Accommodation Dinner: On tour
Depart Scottsdale for a private tour at Trowunna Wildlife Park, you can walk amongst the Forester kangaroos, cuddle a wombat and see the Tasmanian devils being fed. Leaving Trowunna we travel to Narawntapu National Park which boasts a rich array of animals including Forester kangaroos, Bennett’s wallabies, pademelons, wombats and many bird species. End of tour Services at Launceston 5.00pm Overnight and Dinner – Own arrangements.