Mt Field and Curringa Circuit
An award-winning farm, cuddly creatures and a spectacular waterfall – this is a feel-good day trip
Sit back and enjoy the view as we travel through the pretty Derwent Valley and past the historic town of New Norfolk to Mount Field National Park. Take a stroll under towering swamp gums and giant man ferns on this wheelchair and stroller friendly track. Spot the glow worms and…
Follow the accessible path through lush cool temperate rainforest to see why this stunning tiered waterfall is the most photographed in Tasmania.
Visit this award-winning sheep farm to experience sheep shearing, working sheep dogs in action and a delicious BBQ lunch.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Tasmania has wildlife like nowhere else in the world. Hand-feed wallabies and get up close and personal with Tassie Devils, wombats, quolls and a large variety of birdlife.
Enjoy the drive through the Derwent Valley, past New Norfolk and into rich farming land as we head south-west to Mount Field National Park.
Walk among towering swamp gums, myrtle and tall man ferns as you head to Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park. This magnificent tiered waterfall is the most photographed waterfall in Tasmania. You’ll understand why when you see it.
Experience all the action of a working sheep property at Curringa Farm. The team will demonstrate sheep shearing, provide a tour of the property and a BBQ lunch. This national tourism award-winning agritourism business is on 750 acres with beautiful views over Lake Meadowbank. This is country hospitality at its best.
Spend some time getting to know our unique fluffy creatures at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Tasmania is a natural haven for wildlife, with many species only found on our small island. See famous Tasmanian Devils, waddling wombats, fluffy quolls and hand-feed wallabies.