Bruny Island is a holiday destination for everyone. It takes 15 min by vehicular ferry that leaves Kettering to reach Roberts Point on North Bruny.
Bruny Island is made up if 2 islands (North & South) which is divided by a narrow strip called “The Neck”. The island is about 100 kms long.
The weather in North Bruny is dried than South Bruny. You can see spectacular 360° panoramic views of the Bruny Island coastline from the boardwalk. There is also a penguin rookery located here. At dusk, it is wonderful sight to see the little penguins glide from the see to return to their burrows.
Bruny Island Hotel is known to be Australia’s southern-most bar. South Bruny also has two general stores while there are none in the North of Bruny Island.
South Bruny National Park with its cliffs overlooks the long sandy beaches. There are underwater kelp gardens and some wonderful bushwalks that showcase Bruny.
Bruny Island provides a peaceful fun family getaway, but not too far from Hobart. Perfect destination for travelling families.
Things to do in the area include:
Captain Cook Caravan Park
Captain Cook Holiday Park in the heart of Adventure Bay, is the perfect location to base yourself whilst exploring the many attractions Bruny has to offer.