Skullbone Plains Discovery Weekend
Join us for a whole, wild weekend campout packed with nature appreciation and activities!
Remote, World Heritage-listed Skullbone Plains Reserve consists of 1600 hectares of exquisite open valleys, deep blue lagoons, old-growth forests, native grasslands, cushion plants and rare, endangered sphagnum moss beds. Skullbone Plains provides critical wild habitat for a species of nationally endangered fish, the Clarence galaxias. The endangered Tasmanian devil, spotted-tailed quoll and wedge-tailed eagle also call it home.
The newly-installed Loo With A View is now open for business and ready for its grand reveal. Now that Skullbone Plains is well-equipped to safely receive visitors, we want to celebrate with you and thank the supporters and volunteers who helped make the Loo a reality!
Register for the event HERE