You’re in for a treat. The flora and fauna on Bruny, in some cases, is like no other on the planet. And some birds choose to fly across oceans to land on Bruny to breed.
Bruny Island has a deep history. Starting around 40,000 years ago our indigenous ancestors (the Nueonne) settled here.
‘Bruny is a special place.’ It’s a simple thing to say, yet we say it all the time! For us locals, it has a myriad of meanings.
Many will agree that the best way to discover Bruny Island is on foot. It’s the ideal way to explore lesser-known places.
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.