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Discover Inala Nature on Bruny Island

Join one of Inala's exceptional small-group birding and wildlife tours to biodiverse hotspots in Australia and select international locations. 

Enjoy a stay at one of Inala's cosy cottages nestled in amongst the beautiful natural habitat of Bruny Island, Tasmania. Experience Inala's Nature Reserve on Bruny Island, which is home to all twelve of Tasmania's endemic bird species. The Reserve is bursting with wildlife and offers unique and excellent opportunities to view and photograph Bruny Island's flora and fauna (bookings essential).

Take a leisurely self-guided or guided tour through the beautiful Inala Jurassic Garden to discover the amazing story of Gondwana plant connections. Delve further into the fossil record at the Inala Nature Museum, which also includes many wonderful examples of shells, gemstones, minerals and so much more. Browse through Inala's nature Giftshop showcasing many items hand-made by local artisans.

Things to see on Bruny Island at Inala Nature

Group tour - Bruny Island
Bruny Island Tour

Birding & Nature Tours

Explore the exceptional birding and wildlife tours Inala offers on Bruny Island in Tasmania, throughout Australia and select international locations.

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Accommodation at Inala on Bruny Island
Inala Cottage - Brad Moriarty

Accommodation on Bruny Island

Discover places to stay at Inala on Bruny Island in Tasmania, suitable for families, groups and couples in self-contained cottage-style accommodation.

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Forty-spotted Pardalote
Forty-spotted Pardalote - Chris Tzaros

Inala Nature Reserve

Discover Bruny Island's Inala Nature Reserve, a 1500 acre conservation-covenanted property with rich, diverse habitat and biodiversity.

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Ginkgo biloba
Cordyline and Ginkgo biloba - Brad Moriarty

Inala Jurassic Garden

Discover the Jurassic Garden on Bruny Island in Tasmania, highlighting the Gondwanan connections of over 750 species from 50 plant families.

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Swift Parrot - Chris Tzaros
Swift Parrot - Chris Tzaros

Inala Foundation

The Inala Foundation protects wildlife & regenerates habitat on Bruny Island, and in collaboration with the Jurassic Garden, conserves endangered plant species.

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