Bruny Island is Tasmania's premier island destination with a holiday adventure to suit everyone.
The home of the beautiful South Bruny National Park, Bruny Island provides the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience. On land, you can venture into the wilderness on one of the many Bruny Island bushwalks. On sea, you can join travel on an eco-cruise exploring the stunning coastline of the island. Bruny Island is home to fur seals, fairy penguins, white wallaby and provides excellent opportunities for birdwatching. See the Attractions & Activities section for more details.
Bruny Island offers tantalising locally produced food and premium quality wine. You will find hand made fudge, chocolate, truffles, berries, cheese and fresh oysters. Bruny Island is also home to Australia's southern-most vineyard and there are some excellent restaurants and cafés scattered across the island's townships. See the Food, Dining & Wine section for more details.
Bruny Island also provides a range of accommodation options. You are able to camp on the island, bring your caravan or stay in one of the many self-contained cottages. If you would like more information about accommodation on Bruny Island, please visit our Bruny Island accommodation section.
If you are coming for a holiday in Hobart and Tasmania, you simply cannot afford to miss spending time on Bruny Island.