Tasmania Tours

Tas Endemics - Early Bird

2018 EARLY BIRD SPECIALS

Friday, 2 June 2017

2018 EARLY BIRD SPECIALS We have finalized many of our 2018 tours and are currently offering Early Bird Prices on several. Get in early to secure your place at these special rates. Tasmanian Endemics - 1st to the 10th Feb 2018 - $300 pp off until 15th Oct 2017 CLICK FOR INFORMATION Red Centre - 5th to the 10th July 2018 - $250 pp off...Read more

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Coming to Bruny soon? Already on the island?

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Our wildlife guide Cat Davidson is also living on Bruny island, giving us the opportunity to be able to offer more property tours at Inala and increasing your chance of being able to book a day or half day or evening tour without us requiring as much prior notice. Take the opportunity while in this incredible part of the world to have...Read more

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Inala Insights Newsletter - 40 Spotted Pardalote - Photograph Alfred Schulte

Inala Autumn Newsletter

Friday, 7 April 2017

Welcome to Autumn at Inala Summer is over, yet the good weather remains strong down on Bruny Island, most chicks are fully fledged and the adult Short-Tailed Shearwaters and Little Penguins are beginning to head back out to sea. Aerial insectivores are still dancing on the warm insect laden breezes and there are enough tree and plants...Read more

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White-bellied sea-eagle and ravens at Inala (Photo: Alfred Schulte)

A time for raptors

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Winter is a time for raptors here at Inala. With all species more likely to feed on carrion during the colder months, our raptor photography hide is the place to be! This time of year is also when White-bellied Sea-Eagle start their breeding flight displays, and we have recently enjoyed a number of spectacular sightings over the Inala...Read more

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Lords of the sky lock talons over Inala

Friday, 12 February 2016

This amazing photo was captured in the skys over Inala recently by guest Neil Wingert. He and his wife Sarah spent a couple of days here as part of Inala's Endemic Birds and Wildlife of Tasmania Tour this February.Read more

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Tasmania is our home and we have a deep passion for sharing her natural wonders. On our tours you can expect all 12 endemic birds, a world class pelagic, endangered Swift Parrot and critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot. Iconic mammals include Tasmanian Devil, Platypus, Echidna, Wombats and Eastern Quoll.