Aquamarine bays fringed with icing sugar sand; fluted, dolerite sea cliffs; dense rainforest; rolling green pasture; snow-white wallabies; and not to mention the best oysters in the world: Bruny Island has it all!
Bruny is Tasmania's fourth largest island, but really, it’s two islands connected by a narrow isthmus called The Neck. Bruny lies 40 km south of Hobart. Head along the A6 highway to Kettering, where the vehicular ferry the Mirambeena departs for Roberts Point on North Bruny Island.
Some details for accommodation and attractions:
Bruny Island Wines Main Rd Lunawanna
(03) 62 931088