Wings Wildlife Park - come and stay! Tasmania


Hours: 10am to 4pm every day except Christmas Day
Phone: +61490100806
Contact Name: Gena Cantwell or Megan Wing
Address: 137 Winduss Road, Gunns Plains, Tasmania 7315
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Camping at Wings Wildlife Park
Cabin Accomodation at Wings Wildlife Park
Cabin Interior at Wings Wildlife Park


Wing’s Wildlife Park is Tasmania’s only wildlife attraction with accommodation on site.  There is something to suit everybody, from riverside camping to backpacker units and self-contained cabin accommodation, in the scenic location of Gunn’s Plains.

The self-contained cabins are suitable for up to 5 guests.  They have a double bedroom and another bedroom with bunks and a single bed, bathroom and kitchen with fridge, stove, microwave and utensils.  Cabins do not have televisions and there is no mobile phone service available so you will really be getting away from it all during your holiday.

They have the largest collection of Tasmanian wildlife in Australia, as well as some exotic species.  You can wander amongst the kangaroos whilst they eat out of your hands, drop in some food for the fish, chat to the cockatoos, watch the cheeky marmosets playing together or see the meerkats behaving just like they would in the Kalahari Desert.

The animal walk is a leisurely stroll around some larger enclosures with buffalo, bison, alpacas, ostrich, camel, emus and farm animals.  This area is open to all campers and other overnight guests, and is included in their accommodation price.

 Admission to the main wildlife area only needs to be paid once during your stay and covers admission on all subsequent days of your stay.  Cabin guests receive discounted entry rates.
Please see the listing under Wildlife Parks for more information on the animals and encounters.
Don’t forget to pack your camera for lots of photo opportunities!

For more information or to book accommodation see or phone

(03) 6429 1151.  To get regular updates about new animals at the Park, ‘like’ the facebook page.

Last Updated: Tuesday 21st June, 2016


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