Gunns Plains is a small town located 20 km south of Ulverstone on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Australia.
The valley has a population of approximately 300. The Leven River winds slowly through its pastures that support a variety of grazing stock. Agricultural endeavours are also very successful, benefiting from rich red volcanic soil.
The community was involved in significant number of men going to world war one
The valley has one vineyard that produces Pinot and Chardonnay. It closed recently due to financial struggles.
The main attractions of Gunns Plains are the limestone caves, of which over one hundred and fifty have been discovered.
The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service administered Gunns Plains Cave opens to the public with daily tours.
An attraction in the area is the wildlife park which has local animals as well as animals from overseas
Its Post Office opened on 3 April 1900 and closed in 1974.