The 3 Must See Attractions In The Tamar Valley [TASMANIA]

These three attractions are a must when visiting the Tamar Valley in Tasmania.

SEAHORSE WORLD 

📍200 Flinders Street, Beauty Point

A 45 minute guided tour with loads of information about these cute little creatures! The kids were even able to hold a seahorse at the end!!

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PLATYPUS HOUSE

📍200 Flinders Street, Beauty Point

A short 20 minute informative video followed by a fantastic 30 minute guided tour where you can see platypus swim and feed in front of you. The last part of the tour you are able to go into the echidna enclosure where they are fed within centimetres of you and wander freely around (over your feet even!!) Quite the experience!!

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BEACONSFIELD MINE & HERITAGE CENTRE

📍West Street, Beaconsfield

We spent around 1.5-2 hours here looking at their fascinating collection from the past. This is a very interactive display (great for kids). Old telephones to talk into, levers to push and pull, gold panning and loads more!  They also have a display room full of information about the Beaconsfield Mine Disaster.

If you have kids be sure to pick up a copy of the Lets Go Kids booklet from visitor info centres as it will save you some $$$. Better value than the three-pass deal when we were there.  These three attractions cost us $123.80 with the vouchers from the Lets Go Kids booklet.

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