Mole Creek & Trowunna Wildlife Park Tour

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Explore the Mole Creek Caves & Trowunna Wildlife Park

At the foot of the Great Western Tiers sits Trowunna Wildlife Park near Mole Creek, not far from Cradle Mountain. Our Trowunna Wildlife Park day tours from Launceston also include the Marakoopa limestone caves at Mole Creek, and an optional Launceston Cataract Gorge visit if time permits.

At Trowunna, you can see more than 35 species of birds and native animals and see Tasmanian devils being hand-fed.

Marakoopa and King Solomons caves at Mole Creek provide a wonderful opportunity to take a deeper look into the fascinating world of karst limestone landscapes.

The Mole Creek Karst National Park was declared in 1996 to provide protection for some of the finest and most visited cave systems in Tasmania and includes Marakoopa and King Solomons caves.

Itinerary

  • Pick-up from Launceston CBD at 09:00
  • Drop-off in Launceston CBD at around 17:00
  1. Elizabeth Town: Visit Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm and test the chocolate covered fruits.
  2. Chudleigh: Visit the Melita Honey Farm for all things honey related. (Not open on Saturdays)
  3. Red Hills: Visit the 41 South salmon and ginseng farm and taste the smoked salmon or tour the salmon ponds.
  4. Mole Creek: Visit Trowunna Wildlife Park and get up close and personal with our endemic wildlife and stop for lunch in historic Mole Creek.
  5. Wild Caves: Visit King Solomons or Marakoopa caves and experience underground life in another dimension.
  6. Alum Cliffs-Tulampanga: This lookout is located high above the Mersey River as it flows along the valley through Alum Cliffs Gorge and is reached via an enchanting short walk.
  7. Optional side trip if time permits:
    Launceston’s Cataract Gorge:
     Stroll around the gorge and over the suspension bridge and learn about the early history of Launceston and spot native animals en route.​

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