Burnie, Tasmania, Australia Cruise Port

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About Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

In Tasmania, the 'stones are time' and so are the trees, which are believed to be the oldest living things on earth. This small island-state has preserved one-third of its land as nature reserves to keep its many ecological treasures safe. You might even spot a platypus, a penguin, or even a Tasmanian Devil.

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19 reviews and tips of Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

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gblume

We did a ship sponsored excursion that went to a spectacular cave and then a rehabiltation center for Australian animals with a huge variety of animals. Saw the Tasmanian devil up closeDrove through some gorgeous areas of Tasmania.

Visited: Jan 05, 2018

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AlexT4

We loved Tasmania and especially the shore excursion to Wings Wildlife Refuge. We were able to feed and pet kangaroos including one with a baby in it's pouch. We also were able to pet koala bears. The staff are amazing and all the animals take your breath away.

Visited: Nov 21, 2008

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VerleDownard

Rainy. Walked around the town. Met an 82 year old woman that gave us a lot of history. Went to the Makers Vistation Center.

Visited: Dec 13, 2018

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