December 30th, 2009
The Bonorong Wildlife Park is the closest to Hobart and has a great conservation programme. Twice a day tours depart drom the park's entrance at 11.30 and 2 pm. During these Keepers Tours you can get a great view of the animals kept in the Bonorong Wildlife Park.
The Conservation Centre specialises in wildlife conservation, education and native animal care. The main goal is to protect Tasmania's theatened species like the Tasmanian Devil.
The Bonorong Wildlife Conservation Park is great for children and the guided tours are very educational and fun. They will explain the bioloy of their animals and fill you in on funny facts like how the spotted-tail quoll is related to the tasmanian devil and how the koala got his name from the fact that he never drinks.
The park is open all year round between 9 am and 5 pm daily. Amongst the animals are tasmanian devils, wombats, koala's, forester kangaroos, quolls, eagles, cockatoos, pademelons, echidna's, bandicoots, bettongs, potoroos, emus and many more.
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