Tasmania Zoo, set in the foothills of the Tamar Valley have a number of endemic Tasmanian animals, as well as native and exotic species. Get up close and personal with a range of animal encounters with Tasmanian Devils, Red Pandas, Caracal, Wombat and Meerkats.
At Zoodoo you will find lots of Australian animals, from Tassie devils, wombats, quolls, possums, lions (not quite Australian but interesting nonetheless) and more. Take the safari bus tour to meet and feed some of the zoos larger animals, like emus, camels and zebras.
The convict built Gothic Chapel houses the fascinating Brickendon Farm and Convict Village. See chicken houses, blacksmith shops, dutch barns, farm animals and more
In Beauty Point, admire the spectacular seahorses at Seahorse World or view live platypuses and echidnas at Platypus House.
Have a unique experience with the threatened carnivorous marsupials, the Tasmanian Devil, at Devils@Cradle. A visit to the sanctuary either at day or night allows you to observe these extraordinary animals up close. Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife conservation park which teach visitors all about the breeding programs of the famous (or should that be infamous?) Devil! Meet a wombat and view the devil’s social feeding.
A rustic, hands on family farm and animal park, Guide Falls Farm allows you to have cuddles with baby animals in the nursery, feed the pigs and visit more farm animals.
On the East Coast, Bicheno Glass Bottom boats lets you explore the underwater sea life of the area whilst staying dry and the Serpentarium Wildlife Park has an indoor reptile exhibit with reptile interaction and keeper presentations.