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US$ 153.75
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Bruny Island Cruises

4.7 94 reviews | 1K+ Booked
Explore the beauty of Bruny Islands on an immersive 3 hour wilderness cruise with lots to see and do. Choose between a number of package options: get started at 11:00am or 2:00pm or go for the convenient bus transfer. The award winning cruise takes you through Southern Tasmania’s rugged coastline letting you see some of the region’s diverse wildlife from seals and dolphins to migrating whales and sea birds. Kick off with some relaxing morning tea at Adventure Bay and begin your picturesque adventure cruise. The custom-made yellow boats are perfect for observation and as you settle into the comfortable covered open air seating, you can feel a true connection with the stunning nature around you.
US$ 108.75
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Tasman Island Cruise

4.8 57 reviews | 1K+ Booked
Explore Tasman Island on a delightful 3 hour cruise. Part of the Tasman Island Group, it lies close to the picturesque south-eastern coast of Tasmania. The award winning wilderness cruise is the best way to get acquainted with the island, its stunning nature and diverse wildlife. In just three hours, you will be able to discover the island in full: from unique rock formations and deep sea caves to Tasmania’s incredibly diverse wildlife: seals, whales, sea birds and more. Choose between two time slots for the adventure: a morning cruise from 10:00am to 1:00pm or the afternoon option from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.
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What people are saying about Island Tours in Tasmania

Thi Thuy Trang Published 184 days ago
The experience was amazing with lots of places to visit in a day without feeling a rush to leave (Oysters, Bread and Cheese, Lighthouse, Bruny Hotel for lunch, the Neck, Chocolate, Honey and Bruny Island cafe and beer). Our tour guide Nigel was super friendly and informative, we learnt a lot and had lots of fun. Booking this tour was one of the best choices we made for our Tasmania trip. We hope to meet you again!! #brunyislandsafaris
Nguyen Published 184 days ago
The experience was amazing with lots of places to visit in a day without feeling a rush to leave (Oysters, Bread and Cheese, Lighthouse, Bruny Hotel for lunch, the Neck, Chocolate, Honey and Bruny Island cafe and beer). Our tour guide Nigel was super friendly and informative, we learnt a lot and had lots of fun. Booking this tour was one of the best choices we made for our Tasmania trip. We hope to meet you again!! #brunyislandsafaris
Alex Published 297 days ago
Ally was a passionate and fantastic tour guide! She was very organised and got us through the day despite a tight schedule. In 9 hours, we visited the Isthmus lookout point, the cheese and beer shop, had lunch, did a rainforest walk, visited the lighthouse and finished off at the honey shop. She was extremely knowledgeable and educated us thoroughly on the chequered history of Tasmania, sustainable tourism and ocean conservation. I had a wonderful time and would highly recommend this tour to those who haven’t been to Bruny. All the best with your future studies Ally!
Ravikant Published 304 days ago
Our driver guide, Alle was very pleasent, highly professional and knowledgeable person. we enjoyed the short ferry trip to reach bruny island. Alle has covered all the places of bruny island. we enjoyed lot on the trip. overall best trip to enjoy and I recommend it to everyone if you are in Tasmania.
Kwang Peng Published 772 days ago
The Tasman Island Cruise was one of the best experiences of our Tasmanian Holiday! Breathtaking scenery and interesting wildlife. Skipper and his assistant were very knowledgeable and had a great sense of humour. Weather was perfect but still needed to have plenty of layers on. Highly recommend this trip if you are in Hobart.
Chee Ping Published 860 days ago
Pick up and drop off was at the Pennicott Wilderness office at Constitution Dock. The ride was long but we finally reached Stewart Bay where we had breakfast. The cruise was amazing and we were shown different types of rock formation and even had chance to wait and watch a blowhole. We saw the seals but no sight of the dolphins and whales that day. There was a cluster of sea birds over an area and we were told there must be a lot of food or tuna for the birds. Even spotted a seal in the same area. I felt a bit queasy despite having taken the travel ginger calm tablets. The crew was attentive and assured me that I could raise my hand if I should need to puke. Thankfully, I didn't because I didn't eat much of the muffin for breakfast. Towards the end of the cruise, they offered Tim tams which I gratefully accepted. Lunch was at the same place for breakfast and the selection of food was good. I had fish and chips and they were good. There was also a fire place to warm up in case we felt chilly. After lunch, we visited a chocolate factory, a cafe with lavender products and I had the most wonderful chocolate cookie. The beverage with lavender must be an acquired taste. Barry then drove us to the ticketing area of Port Arthur historic site where there was a shop for us to browse. Soon we picked up those who visited the Tasmanian devil unzoo and we returned to Hobart.

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