FOR WEB - Narawntapu National Park


| May 15, 2020

Often called the ‘Serengeti of Tasmania’, this national park is one of the best places to see wildlife in Tasmania. Get there early and expect long, sweeping Bass Strait beaches all to yourself. As the sun sets in Narawntapu National Park, the park’s animals come out to graze in their myriad abundance: Bennetts wallabies, tall Forester kangaroos, wombats and pademelons. This serene slice of waterfront Tasmania has beaches, dunes, heathland and coastal bush. It is home to an extraordinary variety of bird life, too: raucous black cockatoos, startling green rosellas, dainty honeyeaters, and a variety of water birds in the lagoons and estuaries.

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