Great Western Tiers - Top kid-friendly activities

Kids love learning and seeing new things, and there are activities by the bucketload for families.

Trowunna Wildlife Park

Open 364 days, this wildlife sanctuary is all about conservation and education. A perfect place for the kids to see and learn about the Tasmanian Devil.

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Bushwalks

Out of all the walks in the area loads of them are suitable for children.  Click here to see a list you can print, notice the ones with a tick are considerable suitable for the general public. Try the Liffey Falls or Fern Glade Walk for starters.

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Mole Creek Caves

Operated by Parks and Wildlife there are three cave tours to select from departing regularly daily at a kid friendly 45 minute duration.

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Pearns Steamworld

Over 200 pieces of restored vintage steam machinery in Westbury. The kids will love a free ride on one of the traction engines or trains.

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Meander Aquaphonium

The kids will be fascinated by the water powered music machine they can play while the parents take a walk around the museum and Yarns Artwork at the Great Western Tiers visitor centre. ¬†The very intriguing looking aquaphonium is at the rear of the Visitor Centre. While you’re there, don’t miss the Irish Whistle Plonk Dunker too.

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50's diner in Deloraine

The kids will love a coke spider or one of many 50’s style items in this quirky diner at Deloraine.

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Westbury Maze

Over a kilometre long, this magnificent hedge maze work of art will leave you laughing, confused, enlightened, lost, satisfied and relieved. Stop for a cup of tea afterwards. Open daily.

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