Maria Island Ferry and Eco Cruises - Triabunna
From $77.00 to $90.00
Maria Island Ferry and Eco Cruises provide tour services around Maria Island, in Tasmania’s South.
Maria Island is a wildlife sanctuary within a superb National Park. It boasts an eclectic mix of World Heritage convict history, wilderness, pristine beaches, a protected marine reserve, and a bonus of sharing the island with its wildlife.
This is a bird watchers paradise, with over 120 species to find.
You have many options to explore Maria Island, with various levels of walking and mountain bike riding ranging from easy to challenging, and short to overnight.
This is the ideal place to absolutely get away from it all. Consider staying overnight and enjoy the early mornings and the peaceful evenings.
The Maria Island Ferry travels daily between December and April.
You can also join us on a cruise and walk to view the majestic coastline including the Fossil Cliffs, Mount Bishop and Clerk and the Painted Cliffs, then step ashore to see it up close.
We have mountain bikes for hire and can organize a lunch pack for you so you can enjoy an even bigger taste of Maria Island.
Triabunna is a 75 minute (84 kilometre / 52 mile) drive North-East of Hobart, and then Maria Island is a 40 minute ferry trip from Triabunna.
Facilities for Maria Island Ferry and Eco Cruises
- Car park
- Checkin Desk
Services for Maria Island Ferry and Eco Cruises
- Maria Island Eco Cruise
- Maria Island Ferry and Eco Cruises provide tour services on Maria Island, in Tasmania’s south. A SCENIC CRUISE - A full narrative is provided including history of the Island, scenic features and marine wildlife. Enjoy the waterside approach to the spectacular Painted Cliffs or ancient Fossil Cliffs, pristine beaches, historic landing sites and more. The Mercury Passage provides a panorama of beautiful seascapes of the East coast and Maria Island. Step back in time and walk through the circa. 1800 historic town site. Visit the world heritage nominated restored Probation (convict) Station. Experience close encounters with the native animals in the wildlife sanctuary provided by the Island.
Experiences around Triabunna
- Educational Tourism
- Nature based