Situated across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel on the southeastern Tasmania coast, Bruny Island may be a little harder to reach but that makes it all the more easy to love.
Bruny Island is a special place where fairy penguins, fur seals and white wallabies find a safe haven. Fresh from the ferry, make a beeline for Great Bay’s cheese shop and oyster farm in North Bruny. Travel to South Bruny via The Neck. This narrow isthmus is home to the Truganini Lookout, offering views of the pristine coastline. Nearby, Adventure Bay has a kilometres-long beach and South Bruny National Park is full of wilderness trails.