Our aircraft will fly you into this remote area via the south west coast. Departing Cambridge Airport, we will make our way down the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, past the mouth of the Huon River and on to Recherche Bay. We enter the Southwest World Heritage Area at South East Cape, Tasmania’s most southern point, and make our way west, on to Melaleuca.
After landing at Melaleuca, you’ll board one of our boats,for a boat trip on Melaleuca Inlet and into Bathurst Harbour, Port Davey, from where you will be able to witness the wilderness from a viewpoint that you are unable to appreciate by air or by foot.
You’ll have an opportunity to take an interpretive journey along the Needwonnee Walk, an award winning Aboriginal interpretive experience, and visit the Deny King Memorial Bird Hide.
We will then reboard our aircraft, and return to Cambridge Airport, via the spectacular Eastern Arthurs and Federation Peak, down the Huon Valley and over Hobart city.
This tour is approximately 4 hours in duration and is all inclusive.
Departs daily, October through to April, weather permitting.
For those looking to take a tour from May through to September, you may be interested in our Southwest Winter Special. Click here for details.