3hr Property / Walking Tour of Inala

Strong-billed Honeyeater - Chris Tzaros - Inala Nature Tours
Strong-billed Honeyeater - Chris Tzaros - Inala Nature Tours
Duration: 
3 hours
Price: 
$180 per person 2-4 PAX ( $295 for only one person )
Highlights: 
A wonderful opportunity to see some rare and threatened flora and fauna on Inala's Private Reserve, including the Endangered Tasmanian endemic Forty-spotted Pardalote. We will tailor the experience to suit your wishes. Note: Bookings are essential.
Overview: 

Walk with one of our expert guides around the Inala Private Conservation Reserve, a 1,500 acre Land for Wildlife property which is home to a variety of threatened species and all 12 Tasmanian endemic birds. Observe at close range the Endangered Tasmanian endemic Forty-spotted Pardalote from the purpose-built canopy platform within one of its largest known colonies. View raptors such as the Tasmanian subspecies of the Wedge-tailed Eagle and the white morph of the Grey Goshawk from the raptor hide. Endemics including the Tasmanian Thornbill, Tasmanian Scrubwren, Dusky Robin, Green Rosella, and all four endemic honeyeaters are also commonly seen here. There is also a good chance of spotting Swift Parrots which breed on the property between September and January, as well as Flame, Scarlet and Pink Robins, and Beautiful Firetails.
 Learn of the ecosystem in which these birds live, and conservation efforts to protect these species and their habitats. 

The property is also a great place to see Bennetts Wallaby, Tasmanian Pademelon, enormous eucalypt trees and tree-ferns, a magnificent stand of Blackwood trees, and some native terrestrial orchids that mostly flower between August and March.

The Inala birdlist and other fauna and orchid lists can be provided on request.

Please be aware that the Inala property can only be visited via a tour, or by guests staying in Inala's accommodation. 
( The only public access areas are Jurassic Garden and Nature Museum $10 Adult, $5 Child )

Tours must be booked in advance and we strongly recommend booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

We do not run tours at set times, they will be personalised to your wishes, do get in touch and we will be delighted to give you further pricing and information.

Start Location: 
Bruny Island TAS
Australia
Finish location: 
Bruny Island TAS
Australia

This is a 3 hour walking tour of the Inala Reserve. We tailor the time and the experience to suit your needs. We are able to run these tours in the morning or the afternoon although the mornings are best for birds. 

Walk with one of our expert guides around the Inala Private Reserve, a 1,500 acre (205 ha) Land for Wildlife property which is home to a variety of threatened species and all 12 Tasmanian endemic birds. Observe at close range the Endangered Tasmanian endemic Forty-spotted Pardalote from the purpose-built canopy platform within one of its largest known colonies. View raptors such as the Tasmanian subspecies of the Wedge-tailed Eagle and the white morph of the Grey Goshawk from the raptor hide. Endemics including the Tasmanian Thornbill, Tasmanian Scrubwren, Dusky Robin, Green Rosella, and all four endemic honeyeaters are also commonly seen here. There is also a good chance of spotting Swift Parrots which breed on the property between September and January, as well as Flame, Scarlet and Pink Robins, and Beautiful Firetails. Learn of the ecosystem in which these birds live, and conservation efforts to protect these species and their habitats. 

The property is also a great place to see Bennetts Wallaby, Tasmanian Pademelon, enormous eucalypt trees and tree-ferns, a magnificent stand of Blackwood trees, and some native terrestrial orchids that mostly flower between August and March.

The Inala birdlist and other fauna and orchid lists can be provided on request.

 

 

Please be aware that the Inala property can only be visited via a tour, or by guests staying in Inala's accommodation. 
( The only public access areas are Jurassic Garden and Nature Museum $10 Adult, $5 Child )

Tours must be booked in advance and we strongly recommend booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

We do not run tours at set times, they will be personalised to your wishes, do get in touch and we will be delighted to give you further pricing and information for both this tour and all the others we run.

Great Bird Walk

I went for a birding walk with guide Cat from Inala Nature Tours on Bruny Island. The walk was fantastic,with the opportunity to see a range of Tasmanian birds,including endangered ones. Cat's knowledge of the birds was wonderful.

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Great visit to Inala

We spent three days and stayed in the Nairana cottage. It was wonderfully appointed and located right in the bush amongst the wildlife. We took a 3 hr guided tour around Inala looking for birds and anything else of interest. We learned lots and this then informed the walks we could undertake for the remaining time. We enjoyed the Jurassic garden and the bird hides. The staff were just lovely. This is a rare opportunity to experience wildlife in such a beautiful part of the world.

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Excellent experience

Our morning tour on the Inala property was great! Cat was very professional, helped us spot some great endemic birds, and had a wealth of knowledge about the native flora and fauna. As a young woman, it was really nice to see a nature touring company led by women. Inala tours was also very good about communicating prior to our trip and was very accomdating when we had a last minute change of plans. I would recommend Inala to anyone visiting Bruny Island, the property is so special! I listed below that the price is expensive because as a recent college grad everything is expensive, but it is definitely worth the money! I wish we could have stayed the night and gone on a more extensive tour.

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Birding Delight

My husband and I went to Inala to find the 40 Spotted Pardalote and we were thrilled to indeed spend time watching these tiny birds and even get a couple of pretty decent photos. All thanks to Cat, our guide, who was patient with us as beginner birders and offered such interesting information. She pointed out things we would have missed and together we watched a Scarlet and Flame Robin face-off - a first for Cat! Thank you. Great morning!

 

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