Bruny Island sits off the Southeast coast of Tasmania. The local Bruny Islanders are producing some of the finest gourmet food products in Tasmania, making this one of the best foodie tours in Tasmania departing Hobart.
A short 30 min drive to Kettering, where the ferry departs on its 15 min crossing.
The coastlines are dominated by towering sea cliffs, mountains, seabirds, penguin colonies, seals, whales, shipwrecks and sweeping white sandy beaches.
Captain Cook, Furneaux, D’entrecasteaux and Bligh were some of the early explorers that anchored in Adventure Bay, a sheltered anchorage on the South Island. Whaling and coal mining were amongst the earliest industries in Adventure Bay. Bruny Island is approximately 100 km long - about half the size of Singapore, and has a population of just over 600.
Experience some of the Bruny Island short walks, Bruny Island sights, history, culture, wildlife and Bruny Island food. Take the guess work and risk out of driving yourself... relax and enjoy one of Tasmania’s top Hobart day tours as rated on TripAdvisor.