Rodney Dillon, a Palawa Elder of Tasmania, discusses how on Bruny Island we have one of the oldest living cultures in the world.
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.
Let’s ‘go for a walk with Daniel’ to discover some of Bruny’s finest nature experiences.
They say there are more artists on Bruny than anywhere in Tasmania. What is it about the island that stimulates the creative juices?
Whether you are a beachcomber, swimmer, surfer or fisher, Bruny Island's pristine beaches, long stretches of rocky coastline and hidden bays have something for you. We've put together some local tips on the best spots for fishing, surfing, swimming or a coastal family picnic?
Come with us as we chat to Simon, Wendy and Jen about their picks for an unforgettable island experience.
Artist Caroline Rannersberger lives on Bruny. She shares what it’s like living locally.