Bruny Island is situated 35 minutes south of Hobart, Tasmania and is made up of two islands joined by a narrow land bridge called The Neck. The two halves, the North and South, display different characteristics and environments; with the north being more rural against the comparatively rugged southern island. At 50 kms long, Bruny Island has some of Tasmania's most beautifully preserved natural environments and an abundance of wildlife.
On arrival to the Island, there is no shortage of activities that you will be able to undertake. From Rob Pennicott’s Bruny Island Cruises, Bruny Island Cheese Co., Cape Bruny Lighthouse Tours, to one of the many pristine wilderness walks, there is something to delight every traveller. Certainly too much to fit into one day!