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Personalised Wildlife Tours

Forty Spotted Pardalote - Inala Nature Tours
Experience the natural beauty, tranquillity, and diversity of Tasmania a special part of Australia. Small and personalised wildlife tours of Bruny Island and other Tasmanian destinations guided by a professional biologist. You have a range of options to choose from: from half-day to extended tours of several days in duration. Night tours to view penguins and shearwaters and a variety of their special nocturnal mammals are also available. Bird watching tours and information on wildlife conservation and threatened species are a speciality. Tours of Bruny Island are based on their 600-acre Land for Wildlife property Inala, and there is a choice of two three-bedroom cottages for accommodation during your stay. Almost 90 species of birds (including all 12 endemic Tasmanian species) and 40 species of native orchids are found at Inala. The tours cater for group sizes ranging from single individuals to six people (four-wheel drive tours in a late model Toyota Landcruiser), although they also regularly cater for larger groups. Prices vary according to your choice of tour. Tours include specialist guiding, transport, national park entry fees, and morning or afternoon teas. Lunch and accommodation are also included where applicable. Price on application.


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Disabled access available, contact operator for details.


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