Poleca 14 lokalnych gospodarzy
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Approx 100m from the cottage studio. Platypus House and Echidna house will let you see platypus underwater and in daylight conditions. The echidnas follow you round, and are so cute. Lots to learn that echidnas and platypus are actually related.
Although staying at Platypus Cottage you have the chance to see these beauties in the wild, This place has tours to show you Platypus and to learn a little bit more about them. Right next door to Sea Horse world
Nestled on the water of the beautifle Tamar Valley, Platypus House offers once in a lifetime opportunity to watch live Tasmaniam Platypuses and echidnas, be amazed by these unique animals in daylight.
Platypus House offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to watch live Tasmanian Platypuses and Echidnas in daylight conditions and undercover.
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“Right in the pier in Beauty Point. Has interactive tanks for hands on for kids. Our daughter Pyper loved it.”
- Poleca 20 lokalnych gospodarzy
“A beautiful drive covering some of the most amazing beaches you will see. This unusual name was given to the area by Captain Tobias Furneaux, in 1773, when he noticed numerous fires along the coast. This led him to believe that the country was densely populated. Abundant evidence of this occupation by Aboriginal people can be seen along the coast today. A scenic view of the bay can be glimpsed by driving along the coast to The Gardens. This picturesque area was named by Lady Jane Franklin, the wife of Governor John Franklin, who spent some time in the region. ”
- Poleca 10 lokalnych gospodarzy
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“A beautiful long beach with few people, you can often enjoy the beach to yourself, walk along the Bell Buoy Beach or just enjoy a stroll to the end and then walk back enjoying the view of the Low Head Lighthouse. ”
- Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Great fish and chips and salad. They do 3 different packs in takeaway containers. you can eat there, location wise not that great, however the fish and chips are super fresh, good quality too. only open business hrs not nights. ”
- Poleca 6 lokalnych gospodarzy
“This is at the Coastal Reserve, Low Head The pristine beach faces Bass Strait, the sea to the north of Tasmania One of highly trained and friendly guides will meet you After a short wait the Little Blue Penguins as they in some areas will begin to swim to the surface, stand up and preen and waddle up the beach A gentle three minute walk to the viewing platform overlooking the beach The very cute penguins, standing just 30cm high return to their burrows which are carefully set-out by the penguins in the Box Thorn bush which lines the Coastal Reserve The number of penguins you will see will vary depending upon the season. Between November and February 100 to 200 penguins will come ashore each night. Between March and October 10 to 100 penguins. We have had quite a few guests go on this tour on dark, and all have said it was really great.”
- Poleca 11 lokalnych gospodarzy