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Feathers, Fur & Forests. A real Tasmanian experience: birds, wildlife & wilderness ... Day 2 - Mt William Nation
Bushies Feathers, Fur & Forests Wildlife Viewing, birds, Landscapes AExceptional real Tasmanian experience: wildlife&&Wilderness wilderness The Experience - 4 days & 4 nights Day 1 - Platypus, birds & Canopy Capers tour Day 2 - Mt William National Park in the Bay or Fires Region Day 3 - Ben Lomond, Evercreech Forest Reserve & Quoll Patrol Day 4 - Narawntapu National Park & Tassie Devils @ Trowunna
Day 1 - Birding & Canopy Capers Morning: Spend a morning visiting known bird habitats in north east Tasmania Afternoon: Quest to view the elusive platypus, relax to the afternoon sounds of the bush chorus from nearby birds, enjoy a campfire dinner and the magic and enchantment as the forest comes alive. Dinner on tour; Overnight: Beulah Heritage
Day 2 - Mt William National Park Walk the long white beaches of Mt William in the Bay of Fires region where over 100 species of bird life reside along with wallabies, eastern grey kangaroos & wombats. Overnight: Beulah Heritage in Scottsdale Day 3 - Ben Lomond & Quoll Patrol Dinner: In-house Visit Ben Lomond, an spectacular mountain of dolerite columns with a magnificent array of alpine vegetation. After a picnic lunch, visit the worlds tallest white gum trees (seasonal) before a campfire dinner and sensational wildlife viewing. Relax by the camp fire and see our field of dreams come alive with eastern quolls, pademelons & brush-tail possums at the campfire while wombats and Bennett’s wallaby graze close by. Dinner: On tour Overnight: Beulah Heritage in Scottsdale
Day 4 - Trowunna & Narawntapu National Park Depart Scottsdale for Trowunna Wildlife Park for a private tour where you can walk amongst the Forester kangaroos, cuddle a wombat and meet the Tasmanian devils. Leaving Trowunna we travel to Narawntapu National Park which boasts a rich array of animals including Forester kangaroos, Bennett’s wallabies, pademelons, wombats and bird species. End of tour Services at Launceston 5.00pm Duration: Private Touring 4 days / 4 nights (2 adult minimum) Departure time: 9.00 am from pre tour B&B at Beulah Heritage Accommodation Inclusions: 4 nights accommodation at Beulah in Scottsdale; pre tour transfer from Launceston; pre tour B&B & dinner at Beulah; all meals and tour activities June 2017