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Albatross flying over Bruny Island

Introducing the Tasmanian Coast Conservation Fund

South Bruny National Park
South Bruny National Park

Our eco-cruise along the remote coastline of South Bruny has shown that sensitive and sustainable ecotourism activities in a wild environment can help people connect with the wonders of nature and inspire new respect for the natural world.

In 2007 Bruny Island Cruises, Tasman Island Cruises and WILDCARE Inc established the Tasmanian Coast Conservation Fund to provide support to the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service in their work of managing the national parks, marine reserves and marine wildlife along the spectacular coastlines of Tasmania.

Through this unique fund, a proportion of every ticket we sell will help conserve and protect the unique area that our cruises explore.

The natural environment is held in trust by all people on Earth - we believe it's our duty to pass it on unspoilt to future generations. In a small way, our Tasmanian Coast Conservation Fund can play its part - when you come and experience this amazing place with us, you're helping too.

How You Can Help

 

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Bruny Island Cruises and Tasman Island Cruises are proud Natural Partners of WILDCARE through the Tasmanian Coast Conservation Fund.  
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Bruny Island Cruises and Tasman Island Cruises support the work of the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service in conserving our natural environments for future generations to enjoy.

 

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