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Mountain Valley Wilderness Holidays & ‘Private Nature Reserve’

Mountain Valley Wilderness Holidays & ‘Private Nature Reserve’ a special place set with a perpetual conservation covenant to protect the natural habitat. With just five log cabins catering for couples and families.  The cabins are fully self contained / catering but we can also provide all meals on request.

Mountain Valley has a bird list available. Be welcomed by the resident family of Tasmanian Native Hens being proud parents they love to show off their offspring to our guests. Colourful blue wrens and robins, Beautiful Firetail  and Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo in all their mixture of colours, just to name  a few. 11 of the 12 Tasmanian endemic birds can be  seen along with some of the threatened species such as the Grey (white) Goshawk and Wedge -tailed Eagle.

Our ‘Private Nature Reserve’ registered with the government is a wet mixed forest containing the endangered Eucalyptus viminalis, Limestone Karst systems and is also home to a number of  threatened species from invertebrates to birds and mammals such as the Spotted Tail Quoll and Tasmanian Devil.

Guests can participate in evening platypus tours, Glow worm grotto and forest habitat / bird tours. In the evening guests can experience their own individual wildlife experience outside their cabin where they will be visited by wallabies, possums, quolls and the Tasmanian devil.

Address:
Mountain Valley Wilderness Holidays & Private Nature Reserve
1519 Loongana Rd
LOONGANA
Tas 7315
Phone:
03 6429 1394 (Int. +61 3 6429 1394)
Fax:
03 6429 1229 (Int. +61 3 6429 1229)
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About Ausbird

Ausbird is owned & operated by Sicklebill Safaris, a small family run company based in North Queensland, Australia. Sicklebill Safaris has been operating in the Pacific region for over 20 years. In recent years we have been joined by other excellent guides and offer itineraries to Asia, Africa and the Middle East as well as Australia and the Pacific.