The flavours of Bruny are served up in some of Australia’s finest restaurants but taste best on the island. Freshly shucked oysters straight from the farmer’s hand, famed Bruny Island cheese and hand-crafted ales are served up alongside sweet honey and fresh roadside produce.
On the island, it’s all about handmade, hand caught and hand-crafted. Those hands work hard and you can often meet the makers, producers and proud growers. There’s even an old-school fridge packed with wood-fired bread from the Bruny Baker, complete with a cash slot, so bring your old meter money.
Dine in Australia’s southern-most vineyard or pick up a dozen oysters and head straight for a sandy beach. Follow a deliciously curated itinerary of foodie stops or hop on a tour and be delivered right to the door of Bruny’s best. It doesn’t matter how you tackle Bruny’s bounty, as long as you arrive hungry.