Free Spirit Pods, Bruny Island
Free Spirit Pods is a luxurious eco-friendly accommodation located on Bruny Island, Tasmania. The pods are situated in a superb waterfront location, alongside Quarantine Station National Park, and offer stunning views of picturesque Quarantine Bay. The pods are self-contained and feature quality appliances and sustainable Tasmanian timber fittings. The two pods, Flying Duck and Blue Wren, are perfect for those who want to explore Bruny Island or simply relax and observe the wildlife from their private deck. Guests can enjoy the abundant flora and fauna of Bruny Island, which is home to all of Tasmania’s 12 endemic bird species, wallabies, quolls, echidnas, and many unique plants.
Guests love the atmosphere created by Free Spirit Pods with its luxurious eco-pods. The pods are delightful, luxurious, and culturally responsive. They offer a truly quiet and private Bruny Island accommodation option 34. Guests have praised the hosts for their welcoming and professional communication with helpful tips about where to pick up food supplies, petrol, local advice, and directions. The pods have been described as fantastic accommodation that exceeded expectations. The planning, vision, and commitment to creating a beautiful and eco-friendly accommodation experience were very apparent. Guests have also appreciated the quality appliances and sustainable Tasmanian timber fittings in the pods.
Bruny Island Wilderness Cruise
Cruise alongside some of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, beneath towering crags and drift up close to listen to the awesome ‘Breathing Rock’ Enter deep-sea caves, pass through the narrow gap between the coast and ‘The Monument’ and feel the power of nature at the point where the Tasman Sea meets the might of the Southern Ocean Join in the search for abundant coastal wildlife such as seals, dolphins, migrating whales and sea birds.
2 nights accommodation at Free Spirit Pods in an Eco-Pod.
Bruny Island Wilderness Cruise.
Why not add 3 says intermediate car hire, picking up and dropping off in Hobart from an extra $150.