Eggs Benedict with bacon and spinach on a table with other dishes in the background
Eggs Benedict with bacon and spinach

Join us on the final day of this year’s Tide Festival for a brunch extravaganza.

Enjoy a delicious brunch, followed by a guided walk through one of the “secret spots” on Macleay Island. The morning will finish up with a presentation and Q&A from our Conservation Team, covering the amazing flora and fauna we are lucky enough to have on our four islands, some of the environmental challenges the islands face, and what you can do to help

Our guides will pick you up and return you to the Macleay Island passenger ferry terminal, and you will be driven between locations in our minibus. Walking parts of the tour will be over easy terrain – although the ground can be uneven at times. Please be sure to wear closed toe shoes that you don’t mind getting a little bit muddy if it’s been raining, and bring a hat and water bottle.

Running Wild Conservation Team member walking through mangroves at low tide, surrounded by pneumatophores
Running Wild guide introduces visitors the tidal zone on Macleay

Some sets of binoculars, a spotting scope, and flora and fauna field guides will be supplied for the walk.

Bookings are essential, so follow the link below, or phone 0473 435 086 for more information or to book over the phone.

We endeavour to make each of our tour experiences accessible, so please talk to our staff about your or your group’s needs.

Venue and Menu detail to follow closer to the event.

This tour is one of many on offer during the 2022 Tide Festival.

Please make sure to scroll down within this booking window below, and follow all steps to complete your transaction.

The planning phase of this program was proudly funded and supported by the Australian Government, as part of the Information, Linkages and Capacity Building, Economic Participation Grant Program.