This was a highlight of our trip to Tasmania. We were able to see the Devils interact and feed in an outdoor setting in the daytime. There's an area where you can walk among various native animals and birds. Some small animals such as quolls are in cages, where you can easily see then, but most are in open areas. They have an excellent open air bird show. At the same time your admission helps to conserve the Devils. They have a nice snack bar and gift shop.
Visited in Feb 2010.
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