Bruny Island sits on 362 KMs, an Island located on the southern of Tasmania. North Bruny and South Bruny are divided by a narrow isthmus called The Neck (Truganini Lookout).
North and South Bruny have different landscapes. North Bruny is predominately farmlands whereas South Bruny has a wide range of forests. Dennes point is a popular destination in the North while South Bruny offers access to a wide range of beaches and National Parks and bushwalks.
It is easy to see why tourism on Bruny Island is getting more popular every year and all travelers fall in love with Bruny Island.
Among Bruny Island famous attractions are locally 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 (Truganini lookout) and Cape Bruny Lighthouse is known as “the second oldest surviving lighthouse in Australia”. There is something on Bruny Island for everyone.