Discover Maria Island and Freycinet Peninsula by air with a Freycinet Air scenic flight.
Image credits: Flow Mountain Bike, Tourism Tasmania, Dominic Zeng Photoart, Luke Tscharke.
Departing Friendly Beaches, fly over Freycinet Peninsula taking in spectacular views of the Hazards mountain range and the iconic Wineglass Bay, before touching down on Maria Island. In the early 1800s the island was home to whalers and sealers who made make-shift camps on its shores. In 1825 a convict settlement was established on the island, of which the ruins can still be witnessed today. Maria Island is now a national park. It has no roads and no shops. When you arrive, it’s up to you as to how you would like to spend your time. Although we highly recommend a picnic on the beach before exploring the historic ruins, sweeping bays, fossil cliffs, rugged mountains and remarkable wildlife. Once your bellies are full and feet are sore, jump back aboard to fly back over the peninsula – via the west – offering a differing perspective to our first flight.
Cost: $360pp (max 3 people)
Speak to our team about how you can add on a delicious picnic for two including Tassie wine.
Each flight is approx 30mins in duration.
We allow up to 2 hours on Maria Island - plenty of time to explore!
To book, phone us on 03 6256 7222 or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.