Bruny Island

Aquamarine bays fringed with white sand, booming surf and some of the highest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere – dense rainforest and rolling green pasture – soaring sea eagles and snow-white wallabies – and the best oysters in the world. Yes, Bruny Island has it all. 

Bruny is actually two islands connected by The Neck, where thousands of penguins and shearwaters breed in burrows among the dunes. 

Bruny Island is about a 40 minute drive south of Hobart. Take the A6 Southern Outlet to Kettering, where Sea Link’s car ferries take 15 minutes to cross the D’Entrecasteaux Channel to Roberts Point on North Bruny.

Some details for accommodation and attractions:

HIBA Chocolate Factory, 53 Adventure Bay Road
(03) 62 931456

Bruny Island Cheese Company, 1807 Main Road, Great Bay
(03) 62 606353

Bruny Island Premium Wines, Main Road Lunawanna
(03) 62 931088

Bruny Island Safaris
0457 775 879

Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Adventure Bay
(03) 6293 1465

Bruny Island Long Weekend
0437 256 270

For further Bruny info, check out the following links: or

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