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Wildlife, Caves & Sea Cliffs Cruise

Humpback Whale breach
Cape Hauy with the Totempole and the Candlestick.
Bottlenose Dolphins jumping
Seals Hauling out at the Hippolyte Rock
Watching Orcas from the boat
Seal pups at the colony
Whale lunge feeding
Shy Albatross flying past
Humpback Whale underwater
Humpback Whale breaching in front of Cape Hauy
You want to travel with a purpose, see unique wildlife in their natural habitat and contribute to nature conservation projects? You like small group ocean adventures and being exposed to the elements? Then this tour is for you! On this 2-2.5 hour boat tour, we take you along the impressive coastline of the Tasman National Park between Eaglehawk Neck and Cape Hauy, which is famous for its fascinating rock formations, waterfalls & marine life. With our small adventure-style vessel, we navigate into caves and get you inches away from some super cute fur seals. Look out for rare seabirds, fins or blows. Dolphins and Albatrosses are a common sight on our trips. Southern Right and Humpback Whales migrate past our coastline between the months of May and December and even Orcas and other whale species can be spotted at times. Anything is possible, every day brings a chance for a very special experience. We are always up for a detour to make your time in Tasmania an unforgettable one! Tours are limited to 12 passengers max. and depart daily (weather permitting) from the pier next to the Blowhole in Eaglehawk Neck.


Family Friendly

Non Smoking

Public Toilet

Does not cater for people with access needs.



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