Bruny Island

  • Wild seascapes, towering dolerite sea cliffs, wonderful coastal walks, abundant birdlife and an historic lighthouse are all features of Bruny Island. The Island has a population of around 500 people and is home to artisanal producers specialising in oysters, cheese and chocolate. Access to the island is a 20-minute crossing by vehicular ferry from Kettering, a 35-minute drive south of Hobart. Bruny Island appears to be two separate islands but they're joined at the Neck - the isthmus connecting North and South Bruny Island. Walks on 'Bruny' include the coastal track to Penguin Island and Fluted Cape from Adventure Bay,

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