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Escape to the wilderness and find an array of native wildlife on this 3 day getaway in gorgeous Tasmania. Explore landscapes like Mt William National Park and Ben Lomond. View wombats, kangaroos, quoll, possums and wallabies in their natural habitat. Comfy and cosy accommodation and all dinners.
Escape the city and get back to nature on this once in a lifetime wildlife spotting tour. Across three nights you will get up close to loved, Aussie wildlife. Discover wild kangaroos, birds, platypus, quolls, wallabies, echidnas, wombats and more in their natural habitats.
You’ll travel through stunning landscapes, coming upon these adorably wonderful animals by day and night. Visit Ben Lomond National Park and Mt William National Park in the Bay of Fires region. From stunning white beaches, lush green fields and beautiful bushland; everywhere you turn will be as perfect as a postcard.
After your day and sometimes evening activities (to view the nocturnal animals, of course!) you will retire to your comfy accommodation at a cosy bed and breakfast but not before a few Tassie wines or beers and some dinner round the campfire!
You will need to be 18 years and over to be served alcohol.
Please contact the tour provider if you have special dietary requirements before booking.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
A private charter tour. The price quoted is for two people.
This tour includes some walking and mostly exploring outdoors and so it can be impacted by weather. Your tour will only be cancelled or rescheduled in the event of dangerous conditions.
You will need to pack for a three night stay at a bed and breakfast. Make sure to bring along sensible walking shoes, comfortable clothing, layers, sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen.
This experience takes place at multiple locations around north east Tasmania.