Bruny Island sits on 362 KMs, an Island located on the southern of Tasmania. The island is joined by a narrow isthmus called The Neck, where it’s divided into two parts between North Bruny and South Bruny. Both areas have different charateristics where South Bruny seems a little greener than North Bruny. Dennes point is the popular destination in North while South offers different landscape of hills and rainforest and has a range of National Parks, state reserves, and number of popular beaches and destinations such as Alonnah, known as the “ main town” and Adventure Bay.
Access to Bruny Island is by the Ferry which departs from Kettering. This is about 45 minutes drive from the Hobart Airport. The Ferry ride is approximately 15 minutes.
It is easy to see why tourism on Bruny Island is getting more popular every year and all travellers fall in love with Bruny Island.
Among it’s famous are local produce Wines and Cider, Cheese and Beer, Some of The best and freshest Oysters in Tasmania, Amazing landscapes and sea views from The Neck Isthmus and Cape Bruny Lighthouse known as “the second oldest surviving lighthouse in Australia”. There is something on Bruny Island for everyone.
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