Breathtaking scenes with Par Avion Wilderness Tours

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Spend a day in the enchanting Tasmanian waterways and forests with Par Avion Wilderness Tours!

Par Avion has a range of breathtaking scenic tours on offer, with flight and cruise opportunities also available.

The Day in the Wilderness Tour sees guests embark on an unforgettable full day adventure, exploring the "incredibly remote" waterways and wilderness of Bathurst Harbour/Port Davey.

Your journey will begin at Cambridge Airport where you will hop on an aircraft to fly over this remote area via the South Coast, soaring over Hobart's eastern suburbs and the Derwent River, making your way down the D'Entrecasteaux Channel to Tasmania's most southern point, South East Cape.

This is the destination in which you will "leave civilisation behind" and journey into the vast south west wilderness following the south coast track to Melaleuca.

You'll have the opportunity to explore some of the area visiting the endangered Orange-Bellied Parrot at the Deny King Bird Hide, before taking some short local walks.

Afterwards you'll head out on the water for a trip down Melaleuca Inlet and into Bathurst Harbour, an untouched waterway the size of Sydney Harbour.

Take out your camera to capture images of the remote Celery Top Islands and settle down for some lunch amongst the untouched wilderness, away from any distractions.

In the afternoon, you'll hop back on the aircraft to return to Cambridge Airport, flying via stunning Federation Peak, Mt Picton, over Huonville and Hobart City.

The tour takes around eight hours, with the price including lunch (with wine and morning tea/coffee), boat trips, scenic flights to and from Melaleuca and the ground tour.

Check out Par Avion's other wilderness tours including the South West World Heritage Tour, The East Coast and Wineglass Bay Tour, and Sailing in Port Davey.

Par Avion in our Wilderness

The Strip at  Melaleuca - Image Credit: TripAdvisor

Western Wilderness Flight with Par Avion

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