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Bruny Fires 2019 - Brad Moriarty

All is well after the Bruny fire

Monday, 7 January 2019

We have been very touched by the number of emails from around the world asking if Inala is ok after the recent fire on Bruny and the continuing fires in Tasmania. Fortunately the wind did not bring the Bruny fire towards Inala so we are all absolutely fine and we are operating very much business as usual, with the burnt area now very...Read more

Forty Spotted Pardalote - David Stowe - Inala Nature Tours

Inala Photography Tours

Thursday, 22 February 2018

Due to many requests we are very excited to be offering for the first time Inala Bird Photography tours. It used to be that birders & photographers were very different species, yet now most people are a blending both interests. We will offer premium calibre photography training hand in hand with specialist birding knowledge, all done...Read more

Inala Nature Tours - Christmas party

Mid-Summer Inala Newsletter 2017

Friday, 29 December 2017

A Very Merry Inala Christmas The grass is growing faster than Bori can mow it in the Gondwana Garden, The sunset colours of the Christmas Bells are painting the Bruny roadsides, there are fluffy chicks peeping and cheeping in every corner of the landscape and the Bruny ferry is running full steam, packed with relaxed holiday makers and...Read more

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

Tonia with Ben Callison and David Hartwell, hiking the Inala trails.

New faces, and familiar ones

Sunday, 18 December 2016

We would like to welcome Dan Davies. Dan is helping us with our IT, website and business development, and is a great addition to the Inala team. Inala wouldn't be what we are (which is great!) without our wonderful guides, office staff and property team. You are sure to have met many of them either through correspondence, visiting Inala...Read more

Morinna considering a taste of tinsel, last Christmas

Wildlife care (the 'babies report')

Sunday, 18 December 2016

We’ve said goodbye to last year’s ‘crop’ of babies: Monday, Morinna and Mangana, the Tasmanian Pademelons, and Mac and Monique, the Bennett’s wallabies. They've now made their home in the greater Inala landscape. Monique was the most reluctant to go and spent the first few weeks of her release either in the office, in the shed (creating...Read more

Orange-bellied Parrot, Photo: Chris Tzaros

An update on Orange-bellied Parrots

Sunday, 18 December 2016

News on the OBP front is not so rosy as things seem to be for birds here at Inala, but we're not giving up the fight yet. Confronted with the cold hard facts that only four wild females and eleven wild males returned this year to their breeding ground at Bathurst Harbour, and recognition that the captive-breeding program has failed to...Read more

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

Crested Bellbird by Chris Tzaros

Inala go Outback in 2017!

Monday, 5 September 2016

Join Inala's Outback South Australia Tour from 20-29 July 2017 for a unique exploration of the birds, mammals and pre-history of the Australian Outback.Read more

Peewee considering one of the tunnels in the new plantation

More goings-on at Inala

Sunday, 18 December 2016

Property works Our Property Manager Bori has been busy fencing and planting an area in front of the Inala office with native species to screen the raptor hide from the driveway (access to the cottages). This will reduce the risk of vehicles and people walking along the driveway inadvertently disturbing birds near the hide. Also, with the...Read more



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