Quoll Patrol with Puggles & Bubbles
Tasmanian tour viewing Unique Australian Animals, Ben Lomond & Tassie wines
The Experience – Tasmanian Tour – Private Charter – 2 days / 2 nights
Day 1 & 3 – Self-drive or Pepper Bush transfer arrival / departure
Day 1 – Ben Lomond National Park & Quoll Patrol
Day 2 – Taste of Tamar or Sparkling Pipers Wine Tour (Thursday – Sunday only)
Day 2 – Evening Option- Canopy Capers tour /campfire dinner
Day 1 – Ben Lomond & Quoll Patrol – Reviewed as one of Australia’s best wildlife viewing tours
Premium Australian wildlife viewing tour – a day in the highland areas of north east Tasmania. Self-drive to Scottsdale or Pepper Bush Adventures transfer from Launceston to Scottsdale. Seasonal 12.00 – 2.00 pm departures from Scottsdale to visit Ben Lomond National Park, a spectacular mountain of dolerite columns and scree slopes. Impressive views and a stunning array of alpine vegetation on offer. Leaving Ben Lomond we travel via the Roses Tier for a forest discovery drive en route to the Tyne Valley for a campfire dinner with the forester kangaroos.
The Campfire Dinner – With the forester kangaroos as your dinner companions, enjoy the ambience of campfire dining with a 3-course dinner consisting of Tasmanian tasting platter of cheeses and smoked meats followed by Bush Pattie Yummo Gumbo or Native Spice Salmon/Salad with dessert to finish. Settle back and relax with a Tassie beverage and watch the sun set and see our field of dreams come alive.
Nocturnal Wildlife Viewing – You will be delighted and enchanted while sitting by the campfire as the wildlife appear at dusk. Forester kangaroos, eastern quolls, Tasmanian pademelons and brush-tail possums feed near the campfire while Bennett’s wallabies and wombats graze close by. At times, platypus, tawny frogmouths, bandicoots, and owls can also be viewed. Return to your accommodation 8.00 – 11.00 pm (seasonal)
Overnight: Beulah Heritage in Scottsdale
Dinner – Campfire dinner on tour
The Experience – The Pipers River region in northeast Tasmania is the premier wine-producing country in Tasmania, but wine isn’t all that the region has to offer. The diverse landscapes compliment visits to the vineyard cellar doors, perfect for a day out.
The Region – The Pipers River and nearby Pipers Brook rural areas are renowned as one of the best and most famous wine-growing districts and remains an important viticulture region of Tasmania in terms of quality and output. It produces about 30% of Tasmania’s wine. With a climate close to that of Champagne in France, this region is known simply as ‘Sparkling Tasmania’. Many of Tasmania’s premium sparkling wines originate here. It is particularly suited to the aromatic white varieties.
The Vineyards – Café lunch & glass of wine inclusive
Bay of Fires – A new and exciting range of wines awaits you at Bay of Fires Wines. Sample the award-winning House of Arras and Eddystone Point wines in elegant and tranquil surrounds. Indulge, relax, and experience Tasmanian wine at its best.
Jansz Tasmania – Jansz Wine Room offers visitors the opportunity to find out why Tasmanian sparkling is among the best in the world while being guided through a tasting of the Jansz Tasmania range.
Pipers Brook Vineyard – Take in the magnificent views as you drive through the vines to arrive at the architecturally acclaimed winery building to enjoy tasting of the award-winning Pipers Brook Estate, Ninth Island, Pipers Tasmania and Kreglinger sparkling wines.
Lunch – Nadine’s Café at Pipers Brook Vineyard.
Delamere Vineyard – One of Tasmania’s longest running family operated wine estates, focused on producing distinguished sparkling and still wines from the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varieties.
Overnight – Beulah Heritage Accommodation
Dinner – At own arrangements at a local eatery
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