BRUNY ISLAND

BRUNY ISLAND

BRUNY ISLAND

BRUNY ISLAND

Only 45 minutes from Hobart and a short ferry ride away is Tasmania’s original treasure island, Bruny. Never has a place been so close to civilisation and yet a world away. Bruny Island is prized as the perfect getaway by locals and visitors alike. The island is split between south and north Bruny and connected by its narrow Neck. Bruny is a timeless isle that you can unravel at your own pace. With stunning coastlines, wilderness and bushwalks to explore and a large amount of unique wildlife on offer, it is a utopia for nature lovers. You’ll find rare sea birds, secluded beaches where fairy penguins nest and the charming seaside shacks coveted by locals. Head to the southern side of the island and discover the towering rainforests of the national park guarded by the Cape Bruny light, as it warns those that sail the wild Southern Ocean of Bruny’s presence.

Regular adventure cruises allow you to join the sailors on the water and see a different side of the island along with the local dolphin and whale pods and ever-present fur seals. Or maybe you’d prefer to explore the island’s produce with local eateries and establishments offering a range of chocolate, wines and beverages, berries, cheese and fresh oysters, all sourced from the island’s bounty and served with a genuine local sense of humour. It really doesn’t matter how you choose to explore Bruny, it always offers up an abundance of things to do and memories for you to take home.

BRUNY ISLAND

Only 45 minutes from Hobart and a short ferry ride away is Tasmania’s original treasure island, Bruny. Never has a place been so close to civilisation and yet a world away. Bruny Island is prized as the perfect getaway by locals and visitors alike. The island is split between south and north Bruny and connected by its narrow Neck. Bruny is a timeless isle that you can unravel at your own pace. With stunning coastlines, wilderness and bushwalks to explore and a large amount of unique wildlife on offer, it is a utopia for nature lovers. You’ll find rare sea birds, secluded beaches where fairy penguins nest and the charming seaside shacks coveted by locals. Head to the southern side of the island and discover the towering rainforests of the national park guarded by the Cape Bruny light, as it warns those that sail the wild Southern Ocean of Bruny’s presence.

Regular adventure cruises allow you to join the sailors on the water and see a different side of the island along with the local dolphin and whale pods and ever-present fur seals. Or maybe you’d prefer to explore the island’s produce with local eateries and establishments offering a range of chocolate, wines and beverages, berries, cheese and fresh oysters, all sourced from the island’s bounty and served with a genuine local sense of humour. It really doesn’t matter how you choose to explore Bruny, it always offers up an abundance of things to do and memories for you to take home.

BRUNY ISLAND

Only 45 minutes from Hobart and a short ferry ride away is Tasmania’s original treasure island, Bruny. Never has a place been so close to civilisation and yet a world away. Bruny Island is prized as the perfect getaway by locals and visitors alike. The island is split between south and north Bruny and connected by its narrow Neck. Bruny is a timeless isle that you can unravel at your own pace. With stunning coastlines, wilderness and bushwalks to explore and a large amount of unique wildlife on offer, it is a utopia for nature lovers. You’ll find rare sea birds, secluded beaches where fairy penguins nest and the charming seaside shacks coveted by locals. Head to the southern side of the island and discover the towering rainforests of the national park guarded by the Cape Bruny light, as it warns those that sail the wild Southern Ocean of Bruny’s presence.

Regular adventure cruises allow you to join the sailors on the water and see a different side of the island along with the local dolphin and whale pods and ever-present fur seals. Or maybe you’d prefer to explore the island’s produce with local eateries and establishments offering a range of chocolate, wines and beverages, berries, cheese and fresh oysters, all sourced from the island’s bounty and served with a genuine local sense of humour. It really doesn’t matter how you choose to explore Bruny, it always offers up an abundance of things to do and memories for you to take home.