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Hobart: Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Guided Night Tour

1. Hobart: Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Guided Night Tour

The Bonorong Night Tour is a group feeding tour with a guide just for your group. Group sizes are kept small to ensure every participant has plenty of opportunity to interact with the critters. You will enter the animals’ world and experience hand-feeding weird and wonderful creatures like Eastern quolls, tawny frogmouths and sugar gliders. You will also be able to help your guide feed the Tassie devils their dinner! In fact, you are going to help feed almost all of the animals in the sanctuary. First it’s dinner time for the daylight dwellers and then the nocturnal animals get their breakfast. A special highlight is meeting the mob of friendly Forester kangaroos. You are also going to meet some incredible survivors as many of the animals are recovering from injury or are orphans. Your guide will show you how you are helping to get the animals back into the wild.

Port Arthur: Small Group Tour

2. Port Arthur: Small Group Tour

Discover Tasmania’s convict past on a small-group day trip from Hobart to the Tasman Peninsula and the much-maligned Port Arthur Historic Site. Be picked up from your centrally-located Hobart accommodation. Your guide will offer live commentary along the way.  The next stop is the Pirates Bay lookout. Discover how difficult it would have been to escape Port Arthur and see breathtaking scenery. Learn about life as a convict and then explore Port Arthur Historic Site where you will be able to experience a harbor cruise and an introductory guided tour. You have time to wander the grounds and soak up the compelling tales of the past.  Then, explore nature and check out unusual geological formations found in the Tasman National Park. A place of rugged beauty with some of the most stunning coastal scenery found anywhere in Australia. Your day ends with drop off back to your hotel. 

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We went on the standard night tour with Robbie, who was absolutely wonderful. She was so excited to share everything she knew about the residents in their care and was a pleasure to spend the evening with. It was so evident from the very beginning that she was kind, genuine and so passionate about her work. My partner and I left the sanctuary with plenty of hugs/close encounters, photo opportunities and a much better understanding of the animals within their care. The sanctuary is funded entirely from tourism and donations, and is one of only a few places we have been where it is obvious that the well-being and rehabilitation of the animals, as well as the education of the public are the #1 priority. 10/10, will definitely visit again.

We loved it!! Robyn was a great tour guide! The paths are not good for wheelchair access, especially if you use a manual chair. We managed to get around some of it with a power chair with very good suspension & tilting; but just take the “wheelchair access” in the description with a very big grain of salt. Especially if you want to see the Quolls & tawny frogmouth. Couldn’t get to their enclosure with a chair.

Jarrod was a wonderful guide. We saw more of the region than we expected and the small group made it feel personalised and enjoyable. Thanks for a wonderful day.

This was a very nice tour of the sanctuary. Our host did an excellent job of explaining the history of each animal and how to feed them.

Jarrod our guide was fantastic and the tour awesome. I would without hesitation recommend this small group tour.