On the edge of the known, lies Bruny Island. People have walked her land for over 40,000 years. Now it’s your turn. This island of hidden stories rewards those who take their time. Who stop and breathe that wild air.
There are so many experiences on this island that even locals born here are still getting to know it.
From luxe stays to cosy shacks by the water’s edge, there’s a restful night to be had your way on Bruny.
To experience Bruny, we mean really experience it, take your time. Explore ancient paths and rugged coasts. Discover jurassic capes, wild nature and rare birds. Take in the rich history and secret coves. Meet artisan producers and Bruny's makers.
Download a copy of our Bruny Island Official Visitor Map to help plan your island visit. You can get your hands on a printed version at the Sealink Bruny Island Ferry, and various distribution points on the island and in Hobart.
Many will agree that the best way to discover Bruny Island is on foot. It’s the ideal way to explore lesser-known places.
There’s good reason Inala draws people from all corners of the globe to a 1500-acre haven on Bruny; an island that’s home to Tasmania’s 12 endemic bird species and so much more.