TASMANIAN WEST COAST & BRUNY ISLAND
Thur 9 – Thur 16November 2017 - 8 days/7 nights
On Tasmania's West Coast you'll find world famous wilderness rich in convict heritage, stunning national parks and historic mining towns. Gateway to Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area, its rugged mountains, ancient rain forests and heath make Tasmania's west one of Australia's last true wilderness frontiers.
Bruny Island has some of Tasmania's most beautifully preserved natural environments with abundant wildlife and stunning cliff top views. The island is about 50 km long but appears to be two islands with North and South Bruny joined by a narrow strip of land called The Neck. This isthmus is an important habitat for native wildlife.
A highlight is South Bruny National Park, with towering cliffs overlooking long sandy beaches, coastal heathland, and underwater gardens of kelp seaweed with some amazing bushwalks to take it all in. The island is also a haven for many rare and endangered plants and animals.
Bruny is home to producers specialising in oysters, cheese and chocolate.
Full Day Tour of Bruny Island including:
Private Cheese tasting
Lunch at Hotel Bruny
Cape Bruny National Park
Bruny Island Lighthouse Tour
The Neck Lookout
Cascades Female Factory Historic Site
SV Rhona H Tallship Lunch Cruise
Tour Cost from $2990.00 per person Twin Share
($540.00 single supplement)
Minimum numbers required.
Please contact us for prices for departures from different locations
Tour Price is Valid for Travel during 2017.
Please note that itinerary is subject to change without notice.