Travel Blog - Wildlife
A Walk on Maria Island
Accessible only by ferry, Maria Island contains the most intact example of a convict probation station in Australia. There are a number of short walks to explore the buildings and ruins of Darlington and the island is home to a number of releaded Tasmanian Devils.
Seeking Empowering Wildlife Experiences?
Feature Writer Danielle and her two boys head to Bonorong to meet the team, feed the wallabies and get up close and personal with the wombats on their special Wildlife Encounter.
Wombats On The Enchanted Walk
Kids will feel like they are walking through a magical land as they wind their way through forest alongside a beautiful creek. Watch for wombats and wallabies; they like to come and say hello!
The Pyengana Princess
The real highlight for any visitor who explores the magical north-east, is a trip to this special paddock to meet the famous princess; a pig!
The Cox Family's Flinders Island Adventure
Winners of our 2017 Tassie4Kids Major Competition, the Cox family flew to Flinders Island for five nights on an all expenses paid family holiday!
Top Tips for Driving on Tassie Roads
Planning a family holiday to Tasmania and never been before? It can be quite daunting not knowing how long it takes to get from one place to the next, or what you should pack in the car to travel comfortably. Having our own kids we've learnt what to pack, and what roads to take. Here are our top tips!
Childhood Memories Of Flinders Island
Very few people in this world are lucky enough to have an island they can call home. A place where the mountains meet the sea. Where turquoise waters meet white quartz rich sands on beaches that go for miles. Very few people can say they got to spend their childhood on an island Paradise.