- Tasmania’s Southwest National Park by scenic flight from Hobart
- Explore the wilderness of Tasmania’s largest national park
- Enjoy a cruise on Melaleuca Inlet and Bathurst Harbour
- Take a bush walk through the Southwest National Park
- Choose from full-day, morning, afternoon and winter tours
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is a day you will always remember - an opportunity to discover Tasmania's remote Southwest National Park by both air and land. It's an area of pristine and untamed natural beauty. In order to appreciate this special and unique part of Tasmania. I highly recommend the full-day option
What You Can Expect
Entering Tasmania's vast southwest wilderness area, follow the route of the South Coast Track to land at Melaleuca Inlet. On the ground, visit the Deny King Bird Hide at Melaleuca and see the rare and endangered orange-bellied parrot.
Then board a boat to cruise along Melaleuca Inlet and into Bathurst Harbour, an untouched waterway the size of Sydney Harbour. Photograph views of the remote Celery Top Islands, and breathe the cleanest air in the world.
Your return flight to Cambridge takes you over Federation Peak, Mt Picton, Huonville and the Hobart city center.
On the full-day wilderness tour, available year-round, spend approximately six hours at Southwest National Park. Have lunch in a spectacular remote location, a world away from civilization, and take short guided bush walks through the wilderness.
The half-day option operates from November to April, with a choice of morning and afternoon departures. Enjoy around two hours in the Southwest National Park on the half-day tour, with morning or afternoon tea included in the park.
Operating only in winter, from May to October, the five-hour wintertime tour highlights the beauty of Tasmania’s wilderness dappled with snow, and includes lunch plus an hour extra on the ground at Claytons Corner on Bathurst Harbour.