East Coast Natureworld is a premier wildlife and ecology park near Bicheno, in Tasmania’s east coast.
The park is located on 65 hectares (150 acres) of natural parkland and lagoons, north of bicheno. Here, you can see free-ranging native Australian wildlife up close, including wombats, kangaroos, bettongs, koalas, pademelons, lorikeets, pelicans and swans. Natureworld also operates as a rescue, breeding and rehabilitation sanctuary for orphaned or injured wildlife.
Other features include devilworld, a state of the art, interactive interpretation centre focussing on the Tasmanian devil. You can see over 200 snakes and lizards in reptileworld and witness the after-dark habits of australian native animals at nocturnalworld. Feeding times are at 10:00am and 3:30pm each day.
Check out the newly restored east coast heritage and mining display with an 1850’s mine & rescued mining equipment, whilst learning about coastal history. Natureworld also has a playground, old mcdonalds farm, scenic lookout and walk-through aviaries. Take a scenic flora walk through the forest, or enjoy homemade soup with damper and ‘devil cream teas’ at the devil’s den restaurant.
Bicheno is a two hour and 15 minute drive (177 kilometres/110 miles) from Hobart.