The Zoo is a great place to take the whole family to see hundreds of different wildlife species. There are over 80 species of birds, wombats, echidna's, kangaroos, quolls, reptiles, monkeys and more.
Platypus House offers the opportunity to view live platypuses and echidnas.
George Town, on the banks of the Tamar River, is surrounded by vineyards, orchards, berry and lavender farms, George Town has a long maritime history and many stories to tell.
a historical precinct with 9 self-contained cottages, charming heritage museum, lighthouse and café facilities in Tasmania’s pristine Tamar Valley.
Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating world of honey.
The interpretive, hands-on displays will engage, educate or remind you of how life used to be back in the mining days.
Enjoy the challenge of the formal hedge maze or take a relaxing walk in a natural Tasmanian bush setting to the fern gully.
One of Tasmania's finest accommodation, activities, boutique shopping, lakeside dining and golfing properties. So much to see and do to keep the kids entertained.
Low Head Tourist Park offer affordable accommodation of a very high standard to suit a variety of budget conscious travellers.
Be amazed as you learn all about Seahorses which makes it a unique experience that is both simulating and fun.
Windy Park Alpacas Lunch with the Shearers.
Picturesque plantation offering tours of lavender fields, a charming cafe & souvenir shop.
West Tamar Municipal Area includes the western side of the Tamar River from the suburban area of Riverside in Launceston..