The D'Entrecasteaux Channel is an awesome Tasmanian waterway just thirty minutes south of Hobart. French Vice Admiral Bruni D'Entrecasteaux did the first survey of the area in 1792, so his name became the name for the area.


The sensational wild landscapes on either side of the waterway are peppered with the farms, sea farms and villages of modern Tasmania.


The waterway is unique, protected by the Tasmanian mainland to the west,  sheltered by rugged Bruny Island to the east.


Beautiful Bruny Island is also a Mecca for foodies with award winning cheese, fudge, berries, oysters, wine and even whisky on its list of exports. There is sea life, birdlife and other wildlife to encounter across the whole area. It also has the go-to spots for photographers wanting the best views of the Aurora Australis.

You choose your pace. What better way to explore than by a leisurely, or if you want, an adrenalin-fueled Jet Ski Tour?

The towering cliffs, sea caves, stretches of sand and coastal hiding spots make great exploring.

The pristine and sometimes wild water has a backdrop of ancient forests and not-so distant mountain peaks. It is all best seen as it was by the French explorers - from the water.

We know the waterway backwards and we can't wait to share it with you.


Our website is under construction and we hope to have things up and running very soon.

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