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Waratah Wynyard Council - Table Cape Tulips
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Council launches Spring Loaded program ahead of a month of fun

While the Waratah-Wynyard Council’s popular Tulip Festival won’t go ahead this year, a month-long celebration Spring Loaded is set to begin …

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Somerset projects get green light after Federal funding announcement

Somerset is a big winner from recent funding announcements under the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program. Two successful applications …

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Trowunna is a wildlife park with a difference We started caring for our native animals 30 years ago, and continue to house the world's largest heritage population of endangered Tasmanian Devils.  Trowunna has a great range of marsupials, birds and reptiles on site. Even though we do not collect from the wild but rather rescue and rehab wildlife. Trowunna has become such an animal friendly place that much of the wildlife is drawn to the sanctuary as a natural safe haven.
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Federal funding for virtual fencing to protect devils at Sisters Beach

Virtual fencing to protect Tasmanian Devils and other native wildlife is one of the new projects on the drawing board for …

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Key Events

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Waratah-Wynyard Mayor Robby Walsh is joined by Waratah-Wynyard Council’s community & events officer (and Wynyard Tulip Festival organiser) Chantelle French at the Table Cape Tulip Farm ahead of the 2019 Tulip Festival.

Waratah-Wynyard - Diversity in Abundance

Waratah-Wynyard, the heart of Tasmania’s beautiful north west, includes the coastal towns and villages of Wynyard, Somerset, Boat Harbour and Sisters Beach, the rural town of Yolla and the former mining towns of Waratah and Corinna. It is renowned for the spectacular display of tulips at Table Cape that showcases a local festival, “Tulip Festival Wynyard” held each October.

Take a little time to explore its beaches and enjoy the fresh sea air and safe swimming and boating opportunities.