In and around Latrobe and Port Sorell, savour local fine foods and wines, at Ghost Rock Vineyard or enjoy Belgium chocolates made with the finest Tasmanian dairy produce at the House of Anvers. Explore the nearby crystal caves just 30 minutes drive away, taste award winning chocolates, cheese, wines and cherries Tasmanian style.
Narawntapu National Park
Forester kangaroos, wallabies, wombats and even Tasmanian devils on its grassy plains and heathlands. At dusk, you can catch sight of little penguins scampering up the beach at Point Sorell. The western part of the park is in an ideal location to be combined with a tour of the vineyards of Tasmania’s premier wine-growing region, the Tamar Valley.
Warrawee Reserve Platypus Tours
Warrawee Reserve Landcare Platypus Tours allow viewing the unique platypus in the wild. As with most observations of animals in their natural environment, viewing cannot be guaranteed. The Land-Care experts use their skills to ensure that visitors have a high change of spotting a platypus, 99% guaranteed.
The Platypus Interpretation Centre unlocks secrets about this unique egg laying mammals, the Monotremes (Platypus/Echidna). Part of the Australian Axeman’s Hall of Fame, it recreates a static display in the form of a forest glade, consisting of six ponds with a flowing water feature, inclusive of comprehensive dioramas, sculptures, mural boards and screens. Taxidermies of Tasmanian species and live native fish/water bug are on display.