Maria Island Fly & Cruise - Clouds to Convicts
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About Maria Island Fly & Cruise - Clouds to Convicts
Departs Cambridge Aerodrome: 9:00am
Your personalised 7 hour tour includes:
- Scenic flight to Port Arthur, Three Capes, Tasman Island, Maria Island, Schouten Island and Wineglass Bay.
- 4hr cruise with buffet lunch
- Fossil Cliffs & Painted Cliffs
- Guided walk on Maria Island
As a special treat, East Coast Cruises has teamed up with award winning tourism company PAR AVION to bring their famous fly & cruise products to Tasmania's east coast. Start your day at the Cambridge aerodrome (Hobart) to board your scenic flight to Tasmania's most iconic and world famous tourism landmarks. Your flight with Par Avion takes you first to the view the world heritage listed Port Arthur historic site, then sweeps you past the iconic three capes of the Tasman Peninsula and Tasman Island. From here your flights travels north along the coast to Maria Island. It is a breathtaking experience to see the cliffs, beaches and mountain ranges of Maria Island from the air and one that you will NEVER forget. You then touch down on Maria Island's airstrip to join our cruise at Darlington. After cruising and dining aboard the Spirit Of Maria, you continue to your day with a guided tour of Maria Island's Darlington convict settlement. After relaxing in the seclusion of Maria's peaceful surrounds, you board the plane to fly north to get a birds eye view of Wineglass Bay, Schouten Island and the luminescent Hazard mountains of the Freycinet Peninsula before returning to Hobart. WOW! This is without a doubt the MOST adventure packed day we can possibly offer!!
Please note this tour departs from the Cambridge Aerodrome (10min from Hobart) not at Triabunna. All park entry fees are included in this tour.
Your flight departs at 9am and returns at 4pm.
Visit www.paravion.com.au for their exciting range of scenic flight packages. Contact Par Avion on 03 6248 5390 if you have any questions about your scenic flight to the East Coast.