Visit the edge of the world…peaceful, deserted beaches, emerald waters, diverse forests, remarkable native wildlife, pounding surf, awesome dark starry nights, fresh clean air & locally produced fresh food…
Bruny Island is situated off the South-East coast of Tasmania, separated from the main island by the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. Bruny has a North and South Island that are separated by a narrow isthmus called “The Neck”.
“A place quite separated from the rest of the universe”
French Explorer Bruny D’Entrecasteaux, 1792
Bruny Island is Tasmania’s premier island destination, a favourite with the locals and visitors from around the world. Bruny offers the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience where visitors can explore pristine surf beaches, rugged coastlines, inland and coastal walks, historical landmarks and the South Bruny National Park.
Bruny is home to an abundance of native wildlife including fairy penguins, fur seals, quolls, wombats, Tamanian devils and a scattering of white wallabies. Bruny showcases a diversity of unique birdlife including the grey (white) goshawks, red-breasted robins, spotted and forty-spotted pardalotes, sea and wedge tailed eagles, acrobatic hawks, yellow- throated, black-headed and New Holland honeyeaters.
Bruny is approximately 100km in length and has a population of around 630 permanent residents. The Island offers a gourmet specialty food and wine selection that features handmade fudge, cheese, berries, oysters, fish, lamb, beef and wallaby. Restaurants, cafés, boutique galleries and gift shops are scattered across the Island’s townships including Australia’s southern-most vineyard.
is one of Bruny Island’s premium tourist attractions offering a cafe, gallery, function venue, canoe building and art school, and custom picture framing service.