Embark on an epic 3 hour sightseeing voyage of discovery on this multi award-winning Bruny Island wilderness cruise to see dolphins and more! This scenic wildlife cruise is considered one of the top 100 greatest trips in the world and winner of Australia’s Best Tourist Attraction 2012, 2014 & 2015. You too can see for yourself the amazing wildlife that calls this Tasmanian coastal wilderness home. Climb aboard a custom-made yellow boat designed to maximise viewing of nature and surrounds. These vessels are fast, safe and comfortable taking you right into the heart of the action getting you as close to the local Tasmanian wildlife as you can get! Cruise in comfort along the rugged coastline to see seals, dolphins, whales albatross and a myriad of other marine life that thrive along this rocky and wild coastline. The three hour eco cruise to Bruny Island is hosted by world-class guides who are passionate about the delicate eco-systems found along this impressive coastline. The guides will interpret your surroundings while on the Bruny Island nature tour and are thrilled to be able to share with you the spectacular coastal wilderness of South East Tasmania. Not only is this National Park abundant with wildlife, it features some very special geological formations to explore! See the explosive breathing rock, enter sea caves and see the point where the Tasman Sea meets the mighty Southern Ocean! This tour includes return bus transfers from Kettering, so it's perfect for those who would like to leave your car there.
Highly recommend. This is a must do when visiting Tasmania. The tour guides were very knowledgeable and made the cruise very memorable. If visiting in winter, dress extremely warm (beanie, gloves and rain coat provided by the tour company as well) thoroughly enjoyed the cruise and would not hesitate to do it again.
It was good from the beginning of the trip until the trip ended
It was good from the beginning of the trip until the trip ended. I liked my guide and he was so friendly and good at explaining along the way. I love that we stopped at a local mussel shop and tried mussel. The cruise was amazing. I enjoyed when it was driving pass among the rock and the dolphins part. However, there is no choice that you can choose less than the three-hour drive. I feel it is a little bit tiring for 3 hours in water and it would be great if it is just 2 hours. Another fact which I loved is there was an emergency solution when we faced a long queue at the ferry. Ultimately, I like that the driver sends us our accommodation at the end of the trip.