We hope you enjoy these images from a recent Wineglass and Wildlife tour (3 Sept.). As you’ll see, Merv, Karen, Jennifer, Jeng, Ange and Alice had a fantastic day enjoying the tour of our beautiful east coast.
The tour got underway with a scenic flight from Cambridge to the Freycinet National Park, taking in the east coast scenery. We made some scenic passes over the Freycinet Penninsula, Coles Bay, The Hazards mountains and the incredible Wineglass Bay. The scenery here is ‘jaw-dropping’. Cameras and phones were kept busy taking some memorable pics.
We flew south to Maria Island National Park for some further scenic viewing from the air and landed at the island’s airstrip. We took our time exploring the former convict site at Darlington and surrounds; pausing for a sumptuous lunch with local Tasmanian seafood and wine.
“The afternoon was spent wandering the beaches
and the magnificent Fossil Cliffs.”
We were all regularly ‘interrupted’ by the local wildlife, with everyone enjoying the close-up encounters with wallabies, wombats, Cape Barren geese and native birds.
We re-boarded the aircraft mid-afternoon for a scenic trip back to Cambridge. What a fantastic day!
Find out more about this tour here!