South West World Heritage Flight
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About South West World Heritage Flight
Come and explore one of the World's last wilderness frontiers, South West Tasmania. This World Heritage listed National Park has international significance, comprising of over 4500 sq kms of pristine wilderness, no roads , no civilisation, just pure wilderness.
Departing Cambridge Airport, your aircraft will fly you to Melaleuca past Mount Wellington, over the Huon Valley, Mt Picton and then you enter the South West World Heritage Area passing Federation Peak before landing at Melaleuca.
Once landing at Melaleuca, you'll board one of our boats, for a boat trip on Melaleuca Inlet, being able to witness the wildnerness from a viewpoint that you are unable to appreciate by air or by foot Returning to Melaleuca, we'll take an opportunity to visit the Denny King Bird Hide, and try and catch a glimpse of the endangered Orange Bellied Parrot over refreshments.
We will then board our aircraft, and return to Cambridge Airport, via the South Cost of Tasmania, passing the Ironbound range, South East Cape, Bruny Island and finally the City of Hobart. This tour is approximately 4 hours in duration and is all inclusive.