Q: What is Fern Glade Reserve?
A: Fern Glade Reserve is a nature reserve located near Burnie in northwestern Tasmania, Australia. It is known for its ferns, waterfalls, and wildlife, and is a popular destination for hiking, birdwatching, and nature photography.
Q: How do I get to Fern Glade Reserve?
A: Fern Glade Reserve is located about 5 kilometers south of Burnie, Tasmania. There is also an easy walking track that starts in South Burnie and leads to the reserve.
Q: What kind of wildlife can I see at Fern Glade Reserve?
A: Fern Glade Reserve is home to a variety of wildlife, including platypus, wallabies, echidnas, and numerous species of birds, such as the Tasmanian native hen, black swan, and white-faced heron.
Q: Is there an entrance fee for Fern Glade Reserve?
A: No, there is no entrance fee to visit Fern Glade Reserve.
Q: Are there any facilities at Fern Glade Reserve?
A: There is a picnic area and toilets at Fern Glade Reserve, but there are no shops or food outlets, so you should bring your own food and drinks.
Q: What is the best time of year to visit Fern Glade Reserve?
A: The best time to visit Fern Glade Reserve is during the warmer months (December-February) when the weather is pleasant and the wildlife is more active. However, the reserve is open year-round and can be visited at any time of year.
Q: What are Fernglade Reserves opening hours
A: Fernglade Reserve is open During Daylight hours
1 Nov - 31March 7:30am to sunset
1 April - 30 Oct 7:30am to 5pm