The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service is reminding visitors a new, year-round regular ferry service to Maria Island National Park will commence later this month.
From 31March 2017, Navigators will provide a regular passenger and freight service with increased capacity to Maria Island which will help secure the island’s growing reputation as a jewel in the crown for East Coast tourism.
Maria Island National Park
Visitation to the island has increased by 10 per cent over the past 12 months and with the growth of tourist numbers to the East Coast region in general, this new ferry service signifies a new era for Maria Island National Park, helping it to fulfil its potential to be one of the state’s best tourism attractions.
Navigators will provide five sailings a day each way during the peak period and regular sailings during the off-peak period.
For further information and bookings visit http://mariaisland.navigators.net.au/