Burnie, Tasmania, Australia Cruises

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Burnie, Tasmania, Australia overview

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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The Chefs Tour

The Chefs Tour

$179/Adult

The Chefs TourSink your teeth into tasty truffles and saffron from Kentish, catch spectacular farmla...

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Cradle Mountain Nature Walk

Cradle Mountain Nature Walk

$169/Adult

Cradle Mountain Nature WalkTake a scenic drive through the Cradle Mountain Valley region for a breat...

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The Best of Table Cape

The Best of Table Cape

$319/Adult

The Best of Table CapeGet a taste of living in the lap of luxury along Tasmania’s North West Coast a...

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Sheffield in Color

Sheffield in Color

$109/Adult

Sheffield in ColorSee the best of Tasmania's North West Coast's beaches, historic towns, and landmar...

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by 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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by 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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by whitelawcs

Excursion Tassie Wildlife went to Wings Wildlife Park where we could see them feed the Tasmanian devils, We could also walk among the kangaroos and see lots of other animals. It was really interesting. There was also a free shuttle to the town, and Makers' Workshop. Makers' Workshop had wonderful paper sculptures and displays, plus other displays (and free WiFi), along with shops to spend the rest of our Australian money before we end the cruise.

Visited: Sep 26, 2019

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