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Inala Nature Tours

#3 of 6 Outdoor Activities in Bruny Island Features Animals
Inala Nature Tours 320 Cloudy Bay Rd, Bruny Island, Tasmania 7150, Australia
+61 3 6293 1217
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A fantastic morning, in beautiful surroundings with a brilliant guide!

My partner booked us in for a morning tour of the Inala property and we were joined by two close... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
outsidefourwalls
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Melbourne, Australia
Wildlife sanctuary

I classify myself as somewhere between a casual and keen bird watcher, so I visited Inala to see... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2017
TheTablelander
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Atherton, Australia
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Inala Nature Tours 320 Cloudy Bay Rd, Bruny Island, Tasmania 7150, Australia
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+61 3 6293 1217

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My partner booked us in for a morning tour of the Inala property and we were joined by two close friends, who are also avid bird nerds! We were warmly greeted by our guide, Cat, who led us around the remarkable property (a quick peek...More

3  Thank outsidefourwalls
Reviewed 27 March 2017

I classify myself as somewhere between a casual and keen bird watcher, so I visited Inala to see Tasmanian endemics. I stayed for three nights at Nairana and didn't have to go far to see quite a number of them, including forty-spotted pardalotes, dusky robins...More

1  Thank TheTablelander
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Dear Tablelander, You are most kind to leave us a review and we are delighted that you enjoyed your time at Inala and managed to see so many of the endemics while staying on the property. We are thrilled at the way the Gondwana garden...More

Reviewed 25 March 2017

I stayed in Nairana Cottage at Inala from Feb. 17th-21st 2017. The accommodation was excellent and my personal guide, Cat Davidson who was with me for three and a half days was fantastic-a walking encyclopaedia. She took me all over Bruny Island seeing birds and...More

2  Thank Brenguin
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Dear Brenguin, Thank you for your review, we are so glad that you had an fantastic time with us, we greatly enjoyed having you here to stay, it is always wonderful to meet people who are as passionate about nature as we are. I hope...More

Reviewed 16 March 2017

We learned about Inala from the couple who run the Red Mill House in Daintree, Queensland and are grateful to them for their recommendation. Hidden away near the south tip of South Bruny Island, Inala is a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife. We stayed...More

Thank Jerry W
Inala_Nature_Tours, Public Relations Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Dear Jerry, We are so glad you enjoyed your recent visit to Inala and delighted that the birds showed up to greet you. Thank you for your kind words about the staff and the garden, we are delighted you enjoyed Bruny as much as we...More

Reviewed 15 January 2017

If you don't know what a pardalote is, especially the forty-spotted kind, then you can be forgiven for wondering why some people are so passionate about Inala. Even if you're not a bird-watcher, Nairana cottage is the perfect bush hideaway, unless you don't like wallabies...More

Thank Andrew P
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Thank you so much for the wonderful review! Of course, this is how we see Inala too, and we're so glad that you enjoyed it as much as we do.

Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

This place is a sanctuary perfect for reviving the Head heart and soul. Tonya and her team work tirelessly at providing all guests with the best experience. While I was only there doing a reconnaissance for a future trip it was very clear how well...More

Thank Englishmob
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Thanks! Inala's end focus is always conservation and it is great that our efforts translated so readily to you. Look forward to seeing you next time!

Reviewed 28 November 2016

We stayed at Inala for three nights in Nairana Cottage which was very comfortable and superbly located, being surrounded by the forest. Our guide, Andrew, was quiet and unassuming, but also highly talented and knowledgeable. He listened carefully to our hoped-for sightings and used his...More

Thank Balanda4074
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

So pleased you enjoyed your stay! We hand pick our guides for their specialist knowledge and it is always wonderful to be able to share our little piece of paradise with like-minded guests such as yourselves. Thank-you for your review.

Reviewed 17 November 2016

Inala accommodation was booked out so we stayed elsewhere and did a 3 hour site tour with Tonia. Absolutely wonderful. It's impossible to be there and experience the property with Tonia's knowledge and passion and not walk away feeling uplifted and a little wiser about...More

Thank jerrybrownechef57
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Thank-you! Accommodation in peak birding season always fills up pretty quickly, but so glad we could share Inala with you, and that you could experience the conservation efforts we are passionate about.

Reviewed 3 November 2016

We spent two nights in a lovely cabin at Inala. It was truly a wonderful place. Very comfortable and well appointed with lots of little nice touches. We also went on a day and night birding tour with Tonia. Both were a lot of fun....More

Thank Pat M
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Thank-you for your response and glad that you had a great time exploring Inala and Bruny Island! We feel lucky that we are able to share our conservation efforts and Tasmanian flora and fauna with passionate folks like yourselves!

Reviewed 21 October 2016

Last time, we had a great day-tour in the rain. This time, we did both a full day and a night tour. Spectacular. At night we saw the penguins and lots of mammals, including a pottoroo and some quolls. Both not super common and cute....More

Thank Hal72
Inala_Nature_Tours, Manager at Inala Nature Tours, responded to this review

Thank-you for your review, and good to know that you weren't put off by the weather! A full day tour is the minimum tour length that we recommend for the chance to see all of Tasmania's endemic bird species, and we're very pleased that things...More

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