A 2-days / 2-nights combining two remarkable wildlife viewing tours into a spectacular Tasmanian wildlife experience. Enjoy superb campfire dining, platypus viewing and feel the magic as the forest comes alive on a Canopy Capers tour and view the Quoll Patrol field of dreams come alive.
Departing Launceston for an afternoon transfer to Scottsdale or a morning departure to Trowunna Wildlife Park for a private Tasmania wildlife tour, you can walk amongst the Forester kangaroos, cuddle a wombat and meet the Tasmanian devils. Lunch at a nearby deli before travelling to Scottsdale to check luggage before starting your Canopy Capers evening nocturnal wildlife experience.
Revel in the hunt for the elusive platypus and relax to the afternoon sounds of the bush chorus from nearby birds. Enjoy a campfire dinner with a Tassie beer or wine while you capture the timeless ambience of Tasmania’s forest, As the sun goes down, hear the chuckling of kookaburras and take an enchanted walk under the stars for an understanding and appreciation of Australia wildlife movements in the Tasmanian bush. Experience the excitement and magic as nocturnal creatures appear from the bushes and trees and go about their business in looking for their nightly tasty forest meal. Features brush tail & ringtail possums, pademelon & Bennett’s wallabies and Benny’s bettongs.
Overnight – Beulah Heritage Accommodation Dinner – Campfire dinner on tour
Tasmania wildlife tour – Depart Scottsdale for Ben Lomond National Park, a spectacular mountain of dolerite columns and scree slopes. Impressive views and a stunning array of alpine vegetation are on offer. From Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife, “The Ben Lomond National Park is invaluable for the conservation of the flora communities and species diversity of Tasmania’s alpine areas. The area consists of an outstanding variety of glacial and periglacial features which are considered of national significance”. A picnic lunch before travelling to the Tyne Valley for a campfire dinner with the forester kangaroos. Relax by the camp fire as our field of dreams comes alive with eastern quolls, brush-tail possums & Tasmanian pademelons visiting the camp fire while Bennett’s wallaby and wombats graze close-by. Overnight – Beulah Heritage Accommodation Dinner – Campfire dinner on tour