- Visit Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to view some of Australia beloved native animals including quolls, koalas, sugar gliders, echidnas and more!
- Hand-feed kangaroos as they roam free on the sanctuary grounds
- Enjoy up-close encounters with the iconic Tasmanian Devil and other native animals
- Incredible wildlife photo opportunities
- Free time to explore Richmond - the bridge, gaol, convict-built homes, classic Georgian mansions and small cottages, many unique shops, galleries and restaurants
OVERVIEW OF THE TOUR
Get to know some of Australia's cutest wildlife on our Tasmanian Devils tour from Hobart. This half-day tour stops in at Richmond for some free time to explore the enchanting historical town, before continuing to the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Brighton. Here you will have the opportunity to observe and learn about Australia's native animals including wombats, echidnas, quolls and of course, the famous Tasmanian Devil. Get your camera to capture incredible moments with these adorable animals as you wander the sanctuary's grounds and hand-feed kangaroos that roam free.
If you love animals, then our Tasmanian Devils Tour is for you! Not only will you have the chance to observe and interact with some of Australia's most beloved animals, you'll also be contributing to the fantastic conservation and rescue work done by the Bonorong Sanctuary. The sanctuary is the home to native Australian animals such as wombats and koalas, and fellow occupants such as species of birds. And of course, there are the famous Tasmanian Devils, which are active during the day and can be viewed at any time!
The Wildlife Park offers a hands-on experience, allowing you to capture treasured memories with some of Australia’s native wildlife. Take the opportunity to hand-feed one of the eighty free-roaming kangaroos which can be found within the area, with complimentary food provided upon entry.
Our Tasmanian Devil Tour also includes a visit to the village of Richmond, a historic Georgian style village. Wander the streets to admire the yellow stone cottages, most of which were built in the 1820s. Take your time to explore the historic town, and take a look in the gorgeous shops, art galleries and cafes!
Tasmania is the home to many of Australia’s native animals, and what better way to get up close and personal with several of them, by joining our Tasmanian Day Tour of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Book your tour with us today!