Discover the history and spectacular landscape, untouched forest, and wildlife from North to South Bruny National Parks. The parks offer a wide range of activities from walking, swimming, and surfing.
National Park & Bushwalks
ALONNAH-SHEEPWASH BAY TRACK
3 KM return, 1 hour, easy walk, suitable for all ages, allow for a bike ride, dog walks. This track located in Alonnah start point can be access from Pontoon area or direct access from Manfield Seaside Bruny Island or end point at Mandala Bruny Island. This track has view stops seating areas and picnic area.
FLUTED CAPE TRAIL IN ADVENTURE BAY
2 KM – 6 KM (circuit ) return, 1.5 – 3 hour, moderate to hard walks. Not suitable for young children. Experience 3km – 6km bush walk at the fluted cape takes as short as 1.5 hours or as long as 3-hour return walk taking in crystal blue waters, exceptional coastal cliffs, and abundant wildlife. The trail is steep in sections with some substantial climbing required to reach the Fluted Cape summit at 272 meters.
THE CAPE QUEEN ELIZABETH TRACK
12 KM return, moderate to hard walks, not suitable for young children.
It’s great day walk of 12 km return. Offering different landscapes to discover and explore, stunning beaches, unique rock formations and much more. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, hat, apply sunscreen bring a bottle of water, snacks, and your smartphone/ camera.
EAST CLOUDY BAY HEAD TRACK
12 KM return, 4 hours, Not suitable for young, suggested for amateur adventurers. The access to this track is walking via 3 KM Cloudy beach, further access turns inland along the creek around 100m until further 3 KM walks at the 4WD track. From here you will enjoy the spectacular views of the south coast of Bruny Island to the west, north-west to the southern ranges and Mt Wellington.
LABILLARDIERE PENINSULA CIRCUIT
14 KM circuit, 5 hours, Not suitable for young children. This track is one of the remote areas of Bruny Island. It’s an easy 5 hours walk with great views if you start the walk clockwise. It starts from Old Jetty Road, just before Cape Bruny Lighthouse a sign marks access to Peninsula Walking Track.