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Tasmanian Wildlife Tours – Pepper Bush Adventures offers the ultimate nature experience with exclusive Tasmanian wilderness, wildlife and birding tours. All tours are highlighted with beautiful landscapes, natural areas and food and beverage experiences.

Visit spectacular Ben Lomond showcasing its magnificent Tolkien landscape, travel via forest backroads to the Tyne Valley for a nature experience reviewed as one of Australia’s best – the Quoll Patrol. Enjoy a campfire dinner with kangaroos and the ambience of a crackling campfire while sampling Tasmanian beverages before meeting some of Tasmania’s endearing wildlife characters focusing on the eastern quoll, pademelons and Bennett’s wallaby, wombat and brush-tail possum.

Pepper Bush Adventures also present birdwatching experiences, in conjunction with our wildlife tours in northeast Tasmania. They bring together their amazing Quoll Patrol wildlife tour and specialised birding tours in two, three and four-day nature packages. A standalone one day tour dedicated to seeking out the local birdlife is also on offer. Eleven of the twelve Tasmanian endemic birds are known inhabitants of northeast Tasmania.

You can walk the remote long white beaches of Mt William National Park in the Bay of Fires region. They hunt the elusive but fascinating platypus or tour the spectacular Tamar Valley Pipers River and Tamar Valley vineyard regions while visiting the friendly vineyard tasting rooms.

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Tasmanian tour viewing bird species in amazing landscapes and visit some beautiful and fascinating birdlife rich places.

Overview – Private charter tour – 7-8 hours departing Scottsdale
For our northern Tasmania birding tours, we depart Scottsdale for the day tour. Explore a fantastic array of habitats to discover a diverse range of bird species in northeast Tasmania. Choose from the coastal regions of Mt William National Park or the varied forest and farmland habitats in the heart of northeast Tasmania.

Option – Mt William National Park – 9.00 am departure – Birds are abundant in Mt William National Park with honey eaters, wrens, robins, finches, and pardalotes found in the park. It is also home to yellow tailed black cockatoos, harriers, white bellied sea eagles and wedge-tail eagles. Migratory birds like short-tailed shearwaters and the occasional albatross may also be sighted.

Option – Northern Tasmania Birding Tours (Northeast Tassie) – The Scottsdale region offers a range of bird habitats. We explore waterways, tall forests with undergrowth, open native eucalypt forests, plantations, farmlands and rolling hills. These areas are home to wrens, honeyeaters, robins, whistlers, parrots, thornbills, raptors, waterfowl, waders, fantails and many more.

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Tasmanian Nature Experience – Two days of the very best of Tasmania’s wilderness, wildlife and landscapes with the opportunity to sample Tasmanian beverages and produce.

Visit the spectacular Ben Lomond showcasing its magnificent Tolkien landscape, travel via forest backroads to the Tyne Valley for a nature experience reviewed as one of Australia’s best – the Quoll Patrol. Enjoy a campfire dinner with the kangaroos and the ambience of a crackling campfire while sampling Tasmanian beverages before meeting some of Tasmania’s endearing wildlife characters focusing on the eastern quoll, pademelons and Bennett’s wallaby, brush-tail possum and wombat.

Day two starts with a hunt for the elusive and fascinating platypus and allows you to visit the picturesque north east Tasmania coastal area at Mt William National Park and walk the long white beaches in the Bay of Fires region. Birds are abundant in Mt William National Park with honey eaters, wrens, robins, finches, and pardalotes found in the park.

Day 2 option of an evening on the Canopy Capers nocturnal forest tour; this tour is inclusive of 2 nights B&B at Beulah Heritage Accommodation in Scottsdale

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Tasmanian Wildlife, Nocturnal Forest Enchantment & Campfire Dining

2 days & 2 nights – An intense wildlife program combining both of Pepper Bush Adventure’s unique wildlife tours.

Canopy Capers – enjoy the hunt for the elusive platypus, relax to the afternoon sounds of the bush chorus from nearby birds and enjoy a campfire dinner and capture the timeless ambience of Tasmania’s forests, As the sun goes down, hear the chuckling of kookaburras, and take an enchanted walk under the stars for an understanding and appreciation of wildlife movements in the Tasmanian bush. Experience the excitement and magic as nocturnal creatures appear from the bushes and trees and go about their business in looking for their nightly tasty forest meal.

The Quoll Patrol – the very best of Tasmania’s wilderness, wildlife, landscapes, and wines. Visit the spectacular Ben Lomond showcasing its magnificent Tolkien landscape, travel via forest backroads to the Tyne Valley for a nature experience reviewed as one of Australia’s best. Enjoy a campfire dinner and the ambience of a crackling campfire while sampling Tasmanian beverages before meeting some of Tasmania’s endearing wildlife characters featuring the eastern quoll and with wallaby, wombats, and brush-tail possums.

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Tasmanian Nature Experience – 2 or 3 days/nights of the very best of Tasmania’s birdlife and wildlife.

Day 1 – Travel the forest backroads to Tasmania’s highland forests to view an array of forest birds on the way to the Tyne Valley for a nature experience reviewed as one of Australia’s best – the Quoll Patrol. Enjoy a campfire dinner with the kangaroos and the ambience of a crackling campfire while sampling Tasmanian beverages before meeting some of Tasmania’s endearing wildlife characters.

Day 2 and 3 – Mt William National Park – 9.00 am departure – Birds are abundant in Mt William National Park with honey eaters, wrens, robins, finches, and pardalotes found in the park. It is also home to yellow tailed black cockatoos, harriers, white bellied sea eagles and wedge-tail eagles. Migratory birds like short-tailed shearwaters and the occasional albatross may also be sighted.

Day 2 or 3 – The Scottsdale region offers a range of bird habitats. We explore waterways, tall forests with undergrowth, open native eucalypt forests, plantations, farmlands and rolling hills. These areas are home to wrens, honeyeaters, robins, whistlers, parrots, thornbills, raptors, waterfowl, waders, fantails and many more.

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2 or 3 days and 3 nights of spectacular Tasmanian wildlife viewing and birdwatching in the northeast Tasmanian wilderness areas

Day 1 – option of an evening on the Canopy Capers nocturnal forest tour. Experience the excitement and magic as nocturnal creatures appear from the bushes and trees in search of some tasty bush offerings.

Day 2 – Visit the spectacular Ben Lomond showcasing its magnificent Tolkien landscape, travel via forest backroads to the Tyne Valley for a nature experience reviewed as one of Australia’s best – the Quoll Patrol. Enjoy a campfire dinner with the kangaroos and the ambience of a crackling campfire while sampling Tasmanian beverages before meeting some of Tasmania’s endearing wildlife characters focusing on the eastern quoll, pademelons and Bennett’s wallaby, brush-tail possum, and wombat.

Day 3 – Start with a hunt for the elusive and fascinating platypus and allows you to visit the picturesque northeast Tasmania coastal area at Mt William National Park and walk the long white beaches in the Bay of Fires region. Birds are abundant in Mt William National Park with honey eaters, wrens, robins, finches, and pardalotes found in the park.

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Pepper Bush Adventures specialises in Tasmania’s wildlife and wilderness while providing unforgettable private touring options .

This 4 day tour travels Tasmanian remote country roads for you to stand amongst ancient forests and giant trees, climb dolerite mountain peaks, and be pleasantly surprised by close encounters with Tasmania’s wildlife species and birdlife. Relaxing gourmet campfire dining experiences are part of the two nocturnal wildlife viewing tours.

On the Canopy Capers tour, experience the excitement and magic as nocturnal creatures appear from the bushes and trees in search of some tasty bush offerings on this nocturnal forest tour. Or see our field of dreams come alive on the nocturnal Quoll Patrol wildlife tour.

Drive to Tasmania’s highest drivable point on Ben Lomond and see the majestic alpine mountain peaks where impressive views and a magnificent array of alpine vegetation are on offer. Travel through spectacular landscapes and forests and meet the Pepper Bush roo team.

Mt William National Park and the northeast Tasmania forests produce and array of birdlife as we tour the diverse bird habitats in the region.

Meet the Tasmanian devils at Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary and enjoy the monotreme experience at Platypus House which features the platypus and echidna.

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