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Wings Wildlife Park Tasmania is the largest wildlife/animal park that provides accommodation and displays the largest collection of Tasmanian wildlife in Australia.

We are also the first park to import American bison in Tasmania. Our display also extends to include an aquatic section where you can view Brook trout, Brown trout and Rainbow trout (including albino rainbow trout) and Atlantic salmon. Wing’s Wildlife Park is a family orientated business

Animal Park Tasmania
Gunns Plains Tasmania

Opening Times

We are open 10am – 4pm daily

Closed Christmas day

You should allow approximately 2 hours for your visit to Wings Wildlife Park. Cafe serving light meals and snacks.

Wildlife Presentions

Koala talk at 11am & 2.30pm

Meerkat talk at 11.30am & 3 pm

Devil feeding at 1pm

Reptile talk at 2pm

Ticket Prices

Wildlife Park & Picnic Grounds:

Adults…….$27             Children 3-15yrs….$15

Under 2yrs FREE.

Seniors……..$25 ( Must show seniors/age pension card for discount) 

Family Pass (2A &2C)…. $80

Family Pass (2A&3C)…..$92 

Family Pass(2A&4C)…..$105 

Personalised guided tours and hands-on animal encounters are also available.

Prices current until 30 June 2018.

Wildlife Park Tasmania

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Contact Us…

Address: 137 Winduss Road, Gunns Plains, Tasmania, 7315 Australia.

 

Phone: 03 6429 1151

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