Wings Wildlife Park Campground – Gunns Plains, TAS

Wings Wildlife Park Campground – Gunns Plains, TAS

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Wings Wildlife Park is located alongside the beautiful Leven River, 40 minutes south-west of Devonport.

The main unpowered camping area at Wings Wildlife Park is on the spacious and well-grassed river flat, and is suitable for tents and self-sufficient vehicles. Some powered sites are located up the hill near the amenities blocks.

Entry into the Farm Walk area is included in all accommodation and camping fees. This area includes buffalo, bison, camels, alpacas, ponies, ostrich, emus, deer, turkeys, swans, ducks and more. Entry to the main wildlife area – which has Tasmanian devils, koalas, wombats, possums, quolls and so much more – is an additional charge, but you only need to pay once during your stay to access this area.

Wings Wildlife Park camping

Address: 137 Winduss Road, Gunns Plains TAS 7315

Phone: (03) 6429 1151


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Cost: From $7 per person, per night, unpowered. Children under 2 years free.

  • No pets allowed
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Non-drinking water
  • Laundry
  • Dump point
  • Picnic tables
  • Rubbish bins
  • BBQs
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Walking trails
  • Telstra reception
  • Gas bottle exchange available
  • Suitable for 2WD, caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, buses and tents
  • Powered sites and cabins/backpacker units are also available to book
wings wildlife park camping

More Things To Do at Gunns Plains

Gunns Plains Caves

Descend 54 steps into the cave to discover magnificent shawls and flowstone formations, and a freshwater stream flowing through that contains freshwater lobster, and glow-worms.

Preston Falls

A short walk on a well-maintained track through blackwood forest will bring you to the delightful Preston Falls, which drops approximately 25 metres into the gorge below.

Leven Canyon

Stand on the edge of Leven Canyon to view the river some 275 metres below! Enjoy a picnic or BBQ, or one of the many walking trails, including Cruickshanks Lookout, Forest Stairs, Edge Lookout Track, Fern Walk and Canyon Floor Walk.

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