Hobart Shore Excursion Mount Field and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Enjoy the drive through the Derwent Valley, past New Norfolk, and into rich farming land as we head southwest to Mount Field National Park. Walk among towering swamp gums, myrtle, and tall man ferns as you head to the famous Russell Falls, Tasmania’s most photographed waterfall. Take in the fresh forest air as you walk through the ancient rainforest in one of Tasmania’s oldest National Parks. Grab a bite to eat at Waterfalls Café in the national park before we embark on our second stop of the day, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Spend some time with our fluffy locals at the wildlife sanctuary before heading back to Hobart. Departure times will vary depending on the arrival time of your cruise ship. Please note we will depart the cruise terminal roughly one hour after the ship’s arrival.
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Stop At: Mount Field National Park, Mount Field National Park, Tasmania
Explore one of Tasmania’s oldest National Parks, Mount Field. With plenty of time for a few walks, you’ll be amazed by the tall trees and fascinating rainforests. Mount Field is home to some of the tallest trees in Tasmania and the world, take a stroll through them on the Tall Trees walk.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, 593 Briggs Rd, Brighton, Tasmania 7030 Australia
Get up close and personal with some kangaroos and see our wildlife icon, the Tasmanian Devil. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is a fantastic attraction for all ages, and a great way to learn about Tasmania and Australia’s native wildlife. Don’t forget to say hello to Fred, the resident cockatoo who’s over 100 years old!
Duration: 1 hour