Saturday 17th October 2020
Sunday 18th October 2020
Sunday 25th October 2020
Cruise departs Eaglehawk Neck 9:30am, returns approximately 4.30pm
Courtesy bus departs Hobart 8am, returns approximately 6pm
Adults $180, Children $150 (up to 16yrs)
Tasmania is comprised of over 300 islands with Maria Island sixth largest in size. Well known as an island rich in convict heritage and a stunning natural landscape it has long been regarded by Tasmanians as a perfect island for day trips and camping, under two hours from Hobart by drive and a ferry ride.
This rare opportunity to circumnavigate Maria Island from Eaglehawk Neck will provide a unique chance to explore the stunning coastline of the Forestier Peninsula and Maria Island from the water taking in the diversity of geology, flora and fauna.
Explore stunning towering sandstone cliffs, white sandy beaches, wind carved sea caves as we search for abundant coastal wildlife on this 90 nautical mile adventure in our iconic yellow boats. You might even spot one of the island’s friendly wombats from the sea.
Enjoy your lunch in one of the many sheltered bays we will discover on this full day cruise.
Watch for key landmarks including: Deep Glen Bluff, Sisters Rocks, High Yellow Bluff, Humper Bluff, Kelly Islands, Lagoon Bay, Cape Frederick Hendrick, Vissher Islands, Bishop and Clerk, Cape Boullanger, Riedle Bay, Shoal Bay and the iconic Painted and Fossil Cliffs.
Includes: full day wilderness cruise from Eaglehawk Neck and courtesy return bus from Hobart, windproof/waterproof jackets provided.
BYO snacks, lunch and beverages.
Price: $180 Adult, $150 Child (up to 16yrs).
For bookings please call our friendly Pennicott Wilderness Journeys team on (03) 6234 4270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.