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Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary

Mole creek, tasmania
Tasmanian Devil Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary
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Wombat & Joey Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary
Bennett's wallaby Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary
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Wombat on a log
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One of Tasmania's premium attractions Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary located at Mole Creek, Trowunna is recognised as a world leader in Wildlife conservation. There are three free daily tours as part of your admission price. On tour, you can interact with a Devil and a Wombat and view a Tasmanian devil social feeding. Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. Daily interactive tours are conducted at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm. Learn all about Trowunna's breeding programs including our work in helping save the Tasmanian Devil. Car and coach parking is available on site Group bookings and private tours are welcome and Devil and/or Wombat full-day workshops are available. Trowunna Wildlife sanctuary is set in 82 acres of native bushland at Mole Creek and is a must-see experience. The Sanctuary is within easy reach of both the world-famous Cradle Mountain and Mole Creek caves and is an essential inclusion as part of a fantastic day trip.


Coach Parking

Conference/Function Facilities

Enquiry Desk

Family Friendly

Interactive Centre

Interpretive Centre

Non Smoking

Picnic Area

Public Toilet

Shop / Gift Shop

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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COVID Clean Practicing Business

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Rainbow Tasmania Tourism Accreditation

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Zoo Aquarium Association Australasia

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