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We found great results, but some are outside Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Showing results in neighbouring cities.
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Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Brighton 12.3 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Brighton
Fantastic for kids being able to hand feed and pat the very tame and friendly kangaroos, but great for all ages to wander around and enjoy Australia's unique wildlife.
As this is the only wildlife sanctuary in Tassy I highly recommend going, its great for families or the solo travelers and they have a decent variety of different animals, they also rehabilitate and try to rehome...
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#4 of 23 things to do in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Guides we're very knowledgeable and entertaining, great in depth discussion and a good length of time for the kids.
A great time filler for us and is great for kids and families to visit.
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#7 of 171 things to do in Hobart
Our third time at the gardens and we loved it, we had our grandchildren with us this time, and found it very kid friendly and interesting for all of us.The Japanese Garden is a favourite and the kids loved it, als...
The children loved exploring each of the gardens (the Japanese garden being the favourite) and were lucky enough to spot a mother duck and her ducklings wander through gardens!
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Huon Jet Boat Huonville 17.8 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Huonville
Excellent attraction, boat ride was great, driver was very informative, kids loved it.
Awesome fun 2 families 11 in total in one boat Spins were awesome Rapids well - might have need a new pair of .......
Tassie Bound New Norfolk 15.5 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in New Norfolk
Liam and Fiona, provided yet another excellent kayaking trip - this time it was for my visiting family - two sons, daughter and daughter-in-law, following the first kayaking adventure that I had undertaken with a...
We were able to go down the Derwent River and the rapids were perfect for our young family - challenging yet fun and built our confidence.
Richmond Bridge Richmond 11.4 mi away
#1 of 29 things to do in Richmond
Lovely riverside walk with bbq facilities, playground, grassed areas for kids to run, birdlife in abundance and of course great photo backdrop.
Swans and ducks in the river, children feeding the birdlife and other very historical buildings and landmark a short walk from the town centre.
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Mount Wellington Hobart 4.6 mi away
#4 of 171 things to do in Hobart
Recommend this venue as a great walk, reasonably easy with kids, lots of stalls, great produce, great food and most of it is local....we love it!
For the more adventurous (and locals often do this on a weekend as a family outing or fitness regime) you can hike all the way to the top along some great, well maintained tracks.
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Constitution Dock Hobart 0.4 mi away
#12 of 171 things to do in Hobart
Great stroll around this area, we discovered a new display of artwork being the history of the first female & children convicts bought to Tasmania situated near the new hotel on the waterfront.
Great for families particularly around the Christmas new year period with this area being the finish of a number of yacht races, the biggest being the Sydney to Hobart.
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Tahune Adventures Geeveston 33.8 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Geeveston
The Swinging Bridges is a comfortable easy walk that we our kids enjoyed immensely and was easily achievable by all.
The hang glider offers a great view and the kids loved the thrill.
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#6 of 23 things to do in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
There is a wonderful variety of walks around the lake and up into the surrounding mountains, all of them stunning, but particularly if walking with children, choose your walk carefully.
A good family option is the Watersmeet walk, which is about 45 minutes return if you take the detour to come back via the lake front.
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Zoodoo Zoo Richmond 12.3 mi away
#6 of 29 things to do in Richmond
The kids LOVED the lion feeding but the safari bus was wonderful, the kids loved the cheeky ostrich and that they got to pat zebra and Camel.
I visited Zoodoo with my parents (visiting from the uk) & my 3 children aged 10, 8 & 4! We all thoroughly enjoyed the day, particularly the up close encounters.. with rabbits, ponys, sheep, kangaroos, deer, emus,...
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Nutpatch Handmade Fine Chocolate Kettering 17.4 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Kettering
The owner was so very friendly and generous, he greeted the children with a little cup of melted chocolate and the adults to their own piece of delicious chocolate.
He was so lovely with our kids & even gave them a little chocolate bauble each.
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Tasmanian Devil Unzoo Taranna 29.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Taranna
Great for kids (or kids at heart!) - you can see the animals being fed throughout the day and even get involved with hand-feeding the kangaroos, pademelons and parrots, which was amazing!
The Tasmanian Devil Unzoo was an unpretentious little gem that was thoroughly enjoyed by our family of four (Mum, Dad + 20yo & 22yo offspring).
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Tessellated Pavement Eaglehawk Neck 31.5 mi away
#4 of 13 things to do in Eaglehawk Neck
The formation is amazing and perfect with kids to play around in. Highly recommended!
... the sign for it on the way to Port Arthur & remembered seeing something about it once on TV, so we stopped & had a look, was a very pretty spot, kids loved walking around on the pavements, glad we stopped there
Russell Falls Mount Field National Park 34.5 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Mount Field National Park
... a 100% must visit to experience with naked eye, 2 excellent timber platforms are perfectly placed to help your viewing pleasure, and a very nice rain forest walk to and from, easy enough for kids or the elderly.
I was able to get some magnificent shots of the three tiers of the falls from a large wooden viewing platform that had plenty of room and very safe for children of the non-climbing kind.
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Geeveston Visitor Centre Geeveston 28.3 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Geeveston
Very helpful staff, keen to advise on family friendly activities available in the Huon area.
Good park in town for the kids too.
Farm Gate Market Hobart 0.3 mi away
#13 of 171 things to do in Hobart
Every time I go to this market I see and hear new things, and the tastings of walnuts, cider, coffee, honey, cheese, and other products inspires ideas for future meals for family and friends.
It is delightful watching the reaction of young children who make a bee-line for the wagging tails for a pat, frequently greeting the local dogs by name.
Wild Ocean Tasmania Eaglehawk Neck 31.8 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Eaglehawk Neck
Our family of four, parents and two adult daughters were taken on a wonderful tour around the rugged Tasman peninsular with its towering cliffs, sea caves and astonishing wildlife.
... the area and its natural assets runs deep and their innovative way of getting up close and personal to some of the Peninsula's ever curious seal colonies is a fantastic experience for families and individuals.
Sullivans Cove Hobart 0.1 mi away
#21 of 171 things to do in Hobart
Family friendly eating and interesting walk around wharf
A lovely place to wander with kids
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#14 of 171 things to do in Hobart
Awesome trip great views relaxing fun family friendly it was great to be able to be one's self come and join it
I have visited the TMAG on each of my Tasmanian adventures; twice with our three children and always enjoy viewing the exceptional exhibits; they really showcase Tasmania's natural history; as well the impacts col...
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Fortescue Bay Eaglehawk Neck 38.5 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Eaglehawk Neck
Great calm water for families with young kids and also marks the start of the must do Cape Hauy Track.
An old seal entertains kids at the boat ramp.
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Seven Mile Beach Seven Mile Beach 10.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Seven Mile Beach
Our group of 8 had a good stopover to see family here and the kids loved the beach for paddling and looking for shells etc.
The children loved the space & it was very clean too!
Tasman Arch Eaglehawk Neck 32.8 mi away
#5 of 13 things to do in Eaglehawk Neck
Such a good place to show the kids, we all loved it, weather was perfect, definitely recommend to see in this part of the world
Easy access, nice walking tracks, family friendly and free.
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Sandy Bay Hobart 2.4 mi away
#31 of 171 things to do in Hobart
It is also home to a number of family friendly parks and beaches as well as the Wrest Point Casino.
You can find lots of parking, kids playing area, coles supermarkets and Maccas near by.
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Port Arthur Historic Site Port Arthur 32.0 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Port Arthur
We had a fantastic time at Port Arthur, it was so informative and really have a good view of the way life was during this time in our history, catered for the kids, we would recommend to everyone
With crafts for the small children, an interactive heritage garden where you’re encouraged to try the fruit - beautiful gooseberries - and dolphins joining our cruise, we had a wonderful day.
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Mawson's Hut Replica Museum Hobart 0.1 mi away
#6 of 171 things to do in Hobart
really informative and interesting our child loved the display and learning as did we well worth the visit excellent job to preserve and inform about an important part of the explorers and the journey also the hig...
Manson’s Hut is very well set out and great for people of all ages but especially families because you can learn about our Antarctic history with wonderful guides, and the best story to hear.
Willie Smith's Apple Shed Grove 14.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Grove
After enjoying a piece of the best ever apple pie with our coffee, we wandered the little museum learning much about this family run business.
There is an outdoor section with a stage as they have music on weekends(nights); a playground for kids; a museum to learn about cider making; cider tasting and the food is far above the average for a reasonable pr...
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Old Hobart Town Model Village Richmond 11.3 mi away
#7 of 29 things to do in Richmond
A great way to spend a lazy afternoon... exploring old Hobart town.. crafted with great attention to details... puzzles to find the pieces is great for kids but adults can also enjoy the vintage feel
The service is outstanding, the village is very clean and would definitely recommend for any family traveling around Tasmania.
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North Hobart Hobart 1.4 mi away
#27 of 171 things to do in Hobart
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MR-1 MONA Ferry Hobart 0.1 mi away
#8 of 171 things to do in Hobart
The staff were friendly and efficient, there was plenty of space and the quirky sheep and cow on e upper deck were loads of fun with the kids.
Good for solo travellers, couples or families, any age, any cultural background.