This year’s Tassie winner has a lot to offer families looking to explore the Apple Isle. BIG4 Kelso Sands is also a native wildlife park, so expect to bump into wombats, possums, potoroos, wallabies, eastern spotted quolls and, if you are very lucky, a Tassie devil. Once you’ve visited the animals, the kids can let off steam on the jumping pillow, pedal a go kart or take a dip in the heated pool. When it’s time to rest, put your feet up in one of the many holiday units.
This award-winning Holiday Park offers accommodation for all budgets and is a great location to explore the east coast of Tasmania. The Park offers activities such as a games room, giant jumping pillow, playground as well as an inside toddlers playground. The area offers many natural wonders including Lonely Planet's number one beach in the world, Bay of Fires, as well as St Columba waterfalls and many bush walks. There are many family activities such as the East Coast Natureworld and the dusk penguin and Tasmanian devil tours are well worth the trip.
Captain Cook Holiday Park is a unique park that is located on Bruny Island, which is south east off the coast of Tasmania and can be travelled to by a vehicular ferry. On this island there are many natural wonders, including the abundant wildlife, such as the white wallabies and diverse bird species. The park offers cabins, villas and camping and caravan sites and is across from the beach at Adventure Bay, and only a short walk from the Bruny Eco Boat Cruise and National Parks which have many available bush walks.
Covering 16 hectares, the Port Arthur Holiday Park is the perfect place to explore the Tasmanian Peninsula offering accommodation for every budget such as cabins, safari tents, bunkhouses and ensuite and unpowered sites. There are landscapes ready to be explored such as the Eaglehawk Neck Rock formations and the Remarkable Cave, you can even explore them by water with Tasmanian Island Cruises. The park is also close to the Port Arthur Historic Site and its spooky ghost tours. The holiday park also offers a camp kitchen, enclosed barbecue shelters and even an outdoor pizza oven.
Discovery Parks Cradle Mountain is on the door step of Tasmanian wilderness, specifically the world heritage Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park. The Park’s facilities include barbecues, a camp kitchen, pizza oven and equipment hire. The Park is located at the start of the Overland Track which covers 161, 000 hectares, there are also canoe tours, horseback trail rides, scenic helicopter flights and Canyons tours. Discovery Parks is a proud sponsor of Daisy the Tasmanian devil. Day and Night time Tasmanian devil tours are also offered at Cradle Mountain.