Pass through Tasmania’s picturesque countryside and lush green vistas en route to Gunns Plains—a prosperous farming district located south of Burnie.
Limestone caves are the region’s main attraction, discovered by a hunter in 1906. Caverns and short passages are accessed by a flight of concrete stairs, and you will wind your way through the caves on a guided tour. See an underground river and bioluminescent glowworms, as well as some unusual ribbon stalactites.
Re-board your coach for the drive to the Wing’s Wildlife Park, set on 106 acres. Tasmanian devils, quolls, and many other native animals and farm creatures live here, including reptiles and kangaroos.
Visit the animal nursery if you wish, or simply spend your free time exploring the park and visiting its inhabitants.
There are approximately 200 steps in the cave. Tour does not operate on holidays.