One of the best zoos' I have been to, such a great variety of animals! The Monkeys, Meercats, penguins were very cute.
My husband and I visited Tassie from Adelaide and my dad brought us to the zoo for a visit. We had the best time! The animal feedings are absolutely lovely to watch - The Tassie Devils and the Meercats! - and all the other critters are just fun to watch. The zoo is set in a lovely location, and it... More
I've travelled there during the low season (june) and the park was mostly empty. However, the service was really great, having been given an almost private tour to the feedings and great information sessions.
Don't give this place your money, overpriced and the animals look so sad. It is not a happy place. Cages and no room for the animals (except emu and llamas) to roam.
We have been to quite a few Zoos and this was an enjoyable walk around. We followed the feeding around and found out a lot of information from the keeper, she answered any question that were asked and there wasn't a rush to get away. The breeding program is to be applauded and seeing it is a growing Zoo I'm... More
The highlight of this venue (apart from the recent addition of meerkats!!) is the opportunity to see and get in touch with the Tasmanian Devil and see/hear about the efforts being undertaken to halt the tragic demise of this creature. To think that we may be the last generation to see this critter and that it is so close to... More
minimal selection of animals way over-marketed. we took interstate visitors who came to stay and were embarrassed... northern Tassie has so many wonderful places to go and things to see, so all we could do was apologise!
We took four of our children to the zoo, ranging from 9-21 years. We all loved it. Best zoo we have ever visited and over the years we have been to a few. We followed the zoo keeper around for feeding time and watched animals being fed within 1 m. The zookeeper answered questions as she went and explained what... More
We went about 2pm and followed the keepers around while they fed almost all the animals. the keepers were well-informed and patient with us.
Poor navigation and poor animal enclosures plus little information about the animals. Main concerns were for the little blue penguins in there enclosure . Far too small and the penguins had a two metre wide plastic wading pool to swim in. These small Aquatic birds spend all day at sea and hunt into the evening before returning to there burrows.... More
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