PREMIUM Bruny Island - photo-oriented private day tour (all-inclusive) - PhotographyTours.com.au

Bruny Island is an incredible place to visit at any time of the year. It’s made up of two land masses known as North Bruny and South Bruny, joined by a long narrow isthmus known as ‘The Neck’.

This tour offers an intriguing day of exploring Bruny’s natural and built landscapes, history, wildlife, birds, and breathtaking scenery – with a diverse array of photo opportunities. 

The views from ‘The Neck’ are nothing short of spectacular; the natural habitat for Little Penguins and Short-tailed Shearwaters is adjacent to the walkway and the pristine beach nearby invites photographic curiosity.

Cape Bruny is the site of Australia’s second oldest lighthouse. Not only does it sit atop an impressive coastline, its history is captivating. The views draw your eye to the horizon – out to the Southern Ocean, and Antarctica! Raptors frequently soar above; smaller birds flit about in the coastal heathland as an echidna may mosey about at ground level. 

Our guests have an exclusive opportunity to observe and photograph raptors close up from within a specialised photography hide on private property, we keep an eye out for shorebirds on the beaches and there’s a chance we may see a rare and endemic White Wallaby grazing. 

Bruny Island is where Abel Tasman, Captain Cook and many other early seafarers explored... but not before the land was inhabited by Tasmanian Aborigines. A narrative about all things Bruny Island complements photo-taking activities throughout the day..

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • ‘The Neck’ game reserve and lookout
  • Cape Bruny and Cape Bruny Lighthouse
  • Breath-taking coastal scenery and rugged
    landscapes
  • Observe and photograph raptors up close,
    from within a private raptor photography hide
    (exclusive access) 
  • Birdwatching opportunities
  • Wildlife encounters, incl. chance of seeing
    white wallabies
  • Seasonal variations
  • – Endemic plants and native flowers
    – Whales on their annual migration
    – Beach-nesting shorebirds and their chicks
  • Picnic in the surrounds of spectacular scenery

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DETAILS

  • Duration: 10-11 hours
  • Recommended departure time: 7.30am
  • Includes: Private transport in stylish and spacious SUV, Professional guide providing insightful commentary, Fully guided interpretive walks, Photography guidance/instruction, Drinking water, National Park entry, Vehicular ferry crossing, Exclusive access to private raptor photography hide, Freshly baked sweet treat for morning tea, Locally roasted coffee and quality tea selection, Delicious picnic lunch featuring Tasmanian produce.
  • Ideal for general interest/leisure photographers AND beginner-intermediate photographers aiming to develop photography skills and techniques. Non-photographers welcome. 

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Private tour for 1 to 4 participants

Vehicle: 2016 Toyota Kluger SUV (aka Highlander) 

PREMIUM Bruny Island - photo-oriented private day tour (all-inclusive)

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$550.00
AUD per Participant