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This is our second time in a few years that we visited the Salmon Ponds Gardens. This time the weather was dark, cold and, rainy. Still this did not deter me for circling around the many ponds and to admire the different species of fish....More
The Salmon Ponds is a short trip from Hobart (less than an hour). Admission is very reasonable and everyone can have fun feeding the salmon and trout. There is a very interesting museum and everything is well sign-posted. There is a lovely walk along the...More
Well worth visiting - the trip up and back provides some beautiful scenery. Pancakes are great at the restaurant. Got to see a cute little platypus swimming and walking on land only a few metres from us.
Salmon Ponds is not really a catchy name, but if you make the time, it is well worth the effort. A short deviation off the road from Hobart to Mt Field or Queenstown. The ponds of many varieties of Trout are very keen to be...More
If you wish to meander up the Derwent Valley to the Salmon Ponds, stay awhile and soak in the peaceful ambience of the Salmon Ponds, with Platypus, 4 species of trout, fresh water eels, and Atlantic Salmon to stimulate your senses then you're in for...More
Salmon Ponds is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable experiences, set in what reminds me of an English Park. Being able to feed the ravenous Salmon and Trout is a thrilling experience and then to wander down to the natural creek that runs behind...More
Visited recently for the first time. I was with a group of friends for lunch and look at the fish ponds and gardens. It was a great day out. Thoroughly enjoyed myself. There is plenty to do and see, including feeding trout and salmon. Some...More