Narawntapu Park

Price: $169.00
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Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Active, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 6 Hours 30 Minutes
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier.
Food/Beverage Provided Snack, Beverage (fresh, local Tasmanian produce and water).
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible, flat-soled walking shoes. A hat, sunglasses and sunscreen are also suggested.
Restrictions Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Minimum age to participate is 5 years old.

Narawntapu Park

Escape to the uncharted landscapes of Narawntapu National Park for extraordinary views of the stunning scenery of wetlands and wildlife when you book this guided tour in Burnie. Your tour gives you the chance to explore the iconic Narawntapu National Park under the leadership of an expert guide. Narawntapu National Park is perfect for nature lovers, whether they are looking to enjoy a picnic in the park or go on a bushwalking journey thanks to its variety of exotic plants and settings like lagoons, and opportunities to see rare wildlife like Tasmanian devils and common wombats. You'll also get to enjoy a comfortable coastal drive from Burnie or Devonport with the option of a pickup from Launceston, making this tour convenient for outdoor enthusiasts.

Commence your scenic tour by hopping on a comfortable vehicle to capture stunning views of farmland, beaches, and historic towns that dot Tasmania's North West Coast as you travel from your port to the iconic Narawntapu National Park. This historic national park was once known as the "Asbestos Range National Park" due to the area's rich mining history that involved mining for asbestos beyond the park. Since mining activity never took place in the park, the name changed but is still a vast complex of wetlands, tiny islands, lagoons, and other unique environments that stretches from the beaches along the Bass Strait to coastal ranges with low elevations. Follow your guide to catch stunning views of the on-site historic farm, various flora, dunes, headlands, and more as you explore the Narawntapu National Park once you arrive.

Known locally as "Tasmania's Serengeti," this Australian national park is home to an abundance of wildlife, including Forester kangaroos and common wombats. Many of these native wildlife inhabitants, like the Tasmanian devils and Bennett's wallabies are nocturnal or active around dusk when they often come out to graze the grasslands for food. If you're lucky, you may even get a chance to catch a rare glimpse of the Tasmanian devil and other nocturnal creatures that dare emerge from their burrows or hollow caves to venture out in the daylight before wrapping up your tour.

From breathtaking lagoon views to catching a glimpse of rare native wildlife, Narawntapu National Park offers much to see and do. Sign up for this exciting day tour today and get ready to see rare wildlife and more for a trip of a lifetime in Burnie!