I visited the park in late afternoon between 4pm and 6pm which I found was a great time to visit. There weren't many people left at the park meaning I could see the quoll feedings and the Tassie devil feedings clearly. I found the staff to be very knowledgeable and passionate in what they do. I particularly liked the "devil den." It was great being able to get right up tot he wallabies and kangaroos too. I did think the entry price was a little bit expensive, but when you consider that the entry fee is a donation to saving the Tassie devils, it doesn't seem so bad. Overall, this place is well worth visiting, especially if you are here from overseas and want to get up close to Aussie wildlife.
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