Bruny is a great island for touring - drive north to the sheltered beaches of Dennes Point and Killora; head south to Adventure Bay, the Cape Bruny Lighthouse and Cloudy Bay, where there is a great surf break.
It's a perfect island for walking - stroll to Penguin Island from Adventure Bay and climb along the crest of the sea crags on Fluted Cape; take the loop track around the Labillardiere Peninsula and picnic along the way; take a beach walk on one of the island's many stretches of untracked sand.
But please don't try and see all of Bruny in a day or two - you'd be surprised how many people don't realise that Bruny Island is nearly 100 kilometres long! From the tip of Dennes Point in the north to Cape Bruny Lighthouse in the south, the landscapes change dramatically - sheltered sandy beaches and farmlands in the north, tall forests, open bays and wild coastlines in the south.
That's one good reason to stay a few days - you need time to climb to the top of the sand hummock and look out across the Neck; to gaze out at the Southern Ocean from Cape Bruny; to walk on the wide and wild Cloudy Bay Beach; to see Mt Wellington and the Sleeping Beauty across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel from Dennes Point; to observe seabirds in the shallows of Daniels Bay at Lunawanna; and to take one of the world's best eco-cruises from Adventure Bay.
Art At The Point
Art at the Point is an exciting new art gallery located at Dennes Point – the northern most tip of Bruny Island in Tasmania.
Bruny Island Cruises
Robert Pennicott's original multi-award winning coastal wilderness cruise with the yellow boats. See high sea cliffs and coastal wildlife such as seals, dolphins and seabirds. Tassie's Best Tourist Attraction 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012. Voted one of the Greatest 100 Trips of the World.
Bruny Island Experience
Bruny Island Experience on 1500 acres has everything you might desire for a private retreat. Labillardiere Estate's Chez Discovery, a boutique, self managed, 2 bedroom, house for 4 adults has magical views across the water to the mountains of Tasmania, birds, flora, fauna, private beaches, wetlands, endless walks, secret places and an 'aquila' the Sealegs boating adventure!
Bruny Island Long Weekend
The Bruny Island Long Weekend is a luxury three-day guided food, wine and walking tour featuring spectacular coastal scenery, extraordinary wildlife and amazing food. The tour is an opportunity for total immersion into the island’s natural beauty over a couple of days in true Tasmanian style.
Bruny Island Traveller
Join us for a day of discovery departing from Hobart. Savour delicious Bruny Island produce including cheese, oysters, salmon, wine, bread and berries. Enjoy short walks in the South Bruny National Park and see white wallabies, native wildlife and birds in their natural habitat. The climax of the day is an exclusive tour inside the Cape Bruny Lighthouse.
Bruny Wildlife Adventure
Exhileration meets indulgence - an unforgettable journey blending Tasmania's natural beauty, wildlife and superb food and wine.
Inala Nature Tours
Personalsed birding and wildlife tours (Australia wide) and travel agency.