Inala bird hides and viewing platform

The Forty-spotted Pardalote platform on left and Swamp Harrier and Grey Goshawk by Alfred Schulte on right
The Forty-spotted Pardalote platform on left and Swamp Harrier and Grey Goshawk by Alfred Schulte on right
Location: 
320 Cloudy Bay Rd
Bruny Island TAS
Australia

Inala is a reserve for birders run by birders. Our thoughfully crafted bird hides and viewing platforms offer our visitors superb opportunities to view and photograph our birds. We have a purpose-built platform for viewing the rare endemic Forty-spotted Pardalote in close proximity to nesting sites, this allows for excellent up-close encouters with this sought after species.

We also have a hide and secluded viewing platform located near water in woodland close to the accommodations. Endemics like Strong-billed and Yellow-throated Honeyeater may be seen bathing, as may the stunning Pink Robin and the shy Olive Whistler. Some of or guests have their most memotrable birding moments in these hides just a few minutes walk from their accommodations!  

Keen photographers may also be interested in our raptor hide and feeding station. This is especially productive in the winter months when birds are more prone to attend the feeding station, and an array of raptors may be seen. Grey Goshowk (white morph), Wedge-tailed Eagle, Brown Falcon, White-bellied Sea Eagle and Swamp Harrier may all be photographed. 

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