Maria Island

  • Maria Island is a natural wildlife sanctuary with historic convict ruins, a dramatic coastline and fantastic walks. The entire island is a national park with ferry access only, and with no cars allowed on the island it provides the perfect safe haven for Tasmanian wildlife. Maria is one of the best places in Tasmania to observe wildlife in its natural habitat. Wombats are often seen around the island along with abundant Forester kangaroos, pademelons and Bennetts wallabies. It's also one of Tasmania's great bird watching hot spots. You'll find 11 of the state's 12 endemic species here, including the endangered

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