bruny island bush walking

Scenic Bush Walks

From 5 minutes to full day walks, Bruny Island offers breathtaking scenery including magnificent coastal views, enchanted rainforests and ferns, tranquil beaches, panoramic views, lagoons and wildlife, soaring seacliffs, coastal heathland and wildlife.

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pennicott wilderness journeys

Boat Crusies

Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Location: Dock Head Building, Franklin Wharf, Hobart

Experience Bruny Island from the water. Go on an wildlife adventure boat-cruise taking you on a world-class journey through a unique coastal reserve.

Phone: (03) 6234-4270 (7am-10pm – Hobart Time)

E-mail: Pennicott Journeys

Official Site: Wilderness Cruises

cape bruny iron pot lighthouse

The Lighthouse

Access: Cape Bruny Lighthouse is accessible by road from Hobart via Kettering, the ferry to Roberts Point, the B66 to Lunawanna and the C629 to Cape Bruny. The Lighthouse takes an hour to get to from the Barnes Bay ferry terminal & about half that time from Adventure Bay.

Accommodation: at Lunawanna, Alonnah, & Adventure Bay

Bruny Island Blog Spot: ‘The Lighthouse’

About: Cape Bruny Lighthouse

berry picking farm

Berry Picking

Location: 550 Adventure Bay Road, Adventure Bay

Open: Daily until late April (10:00am – 5:00pm)

Closed for the Winter Months


Phone: (03) 6293-1055

Official Site: Berry Farm

avalon art

Avalon Art

Beautifully crafted accessories made locally on Bruny Island. We invite you to browse a wide range of soy candles, mohair bears, cloth dolls, wheat bags, and many more distinguished items. Also ideal for gifts. Welcome!

Location: 3761 Main Road, Alonnah

Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, & Sunday (10:00am- 4:00pm)

Mobile: 0413219166

E-mail: Sasha Smith

Avalon Art

the bligh museum

The Bligh Museum of Pacific Exploration

A specialised collection relating to exploration in the South Pacific. On display are maps, documents, paintings and artefacts recalling the visits to Adventure Bay of explorers such as Furneaux, Cook and Bligh and others.

Location: 876 Main Road, Adventure Bay

Open: Daily (10:00am – 5:00pm) December – April

Open: Daily (10:00am – 4:00pm) May – November

Admission: Adults: $4 – Student/Pensioner: $3 – Children: $2

The Bligh Museum

fishing at bruny island

Fishing at Bruny Island

The Best Time to Fish is from November to April

Bruny Island is almost a world of its own, isolated from the mainland, it is rich in both marine and wildlife. Our fishing page provides all the information about the best fishing spots around the island and more.

More Information: Bruny Island Fishing

lumeah gallery

Lumeah Gallery

Lumeah Gallery is located in Adventure Bay Bruny Island. Lumeah Gallery hosts an array of art, crafts, produce and jewellery from local artists.

Location: 3A Lumeah Road, Adventure Bay

Lumeah Gallery

the history room

The History Room

Once the old Court House. Located next to the Police Station. This is a working History Room. Pictorial folders on timber industry, schools, whaling, walks, memorabilia etc.

Open: 7 Days a Week (10:00am – 4:00pm)

Location: 3893 Main Rd, Alonnah

Mobile: +61 3 62606287

The History Room

penguin watching

Penguin Watching

Fairy penguins may be seen at dusk and penguin tours are (seasonally) available at the Neck Game Reserve. Prior to taking the tour it is extremely important that you wear the correct (dark) clothing and follow all guidelines prior and during the tour. All important information can be found below:

Location: The ‘Neck’

Parks & Wildlife: Important Information

About: Litte ‘Fairy’ Penguins

Details: Penguin Watching

art at the point

Art At The Point

Please join us and come see the most exquisite pieces of art on display. With regular exhibitions there is something for everyone such as children’s art classes. Art at the Point suports young artists in the local community. With a cafe to take a break there is much to take in here at The Point.

Official Site: Art At The Point

surfing at cloudy bay

Surfing at Cloudy Bay

Getting There: Take the Island Ferry (timetable) to Bruny Island. Drive to the Southern area of the island, then a short walk into the bay.

Best Conditions: A north-easterly breeze and a south-easterly to south-westerly swell. Cloudy Bay only starts working with a swell of around 1ft and can hold shape with swell of up to around 10ft.

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Bruny Island Quarantine Station

The Quarantine Station site at Barnes Bay, Bruny Island, Tasmania, incorporates many different aspects of human occupancy, from the early Aboriginal occupation by the Nuenonne, a band of the South East tribe, to the present day with the Proclamation of the area as a State Reserve in 2003. The site is currently the responsibility of the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service – managed through the Southern Region.

Open: 5-days a week

Open: Thursday – Monday (10:00am- 4:00pm)

Location: 816 Killora Road North Bruny (follow the flags from Dennes Point turn off)

Closed: Tuesday & Wednesday (& Christmas Day)

Site Map: Quarantine Station

Official Site: Bruny Island Quarantine Station

Bruny Island Honey

We have a range of Tasmanian honeys and associated products to choose from. Sourced from the relative isolation of Bruny Island, our Manuka honey is highly prized amongst connoisseurs, both winged and non-winged.

Open: May – September, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Open: October – April, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Location: 2273 Huon Hwy, Huonville TAS 7109

Phone: (03) 6266 0342

Official Site: Bruny Island Honey

Murrayfield Bruny Island

Murrayfield Station is an iconic Tasmanian farming property on Bruny Island (Australia), operated by the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC), that grows premium lamb and fine wool from sheep that have not been mulesed.

Murrayfield works to the ideals of valuing its rich Aboriginal cultural heritage while working as a sheep station and respecting its biodiverse environment, in conjunction with Weetapoona Aboriginal Corporation.

Location: Trumpeter Bay Rd, Bruny Island Tasmania 7150

Office: (03) 6260 6201

Mobile: 0427 606 201

Bruny Bowls Club

Welcome to our bowls club nestled in the centre of Adventure Bay township. The club provides great bowling with a synthetic green. Visitors and non-members are more than welcome to use all of the Clubs facilities. Only 35 minutes from Hobart by car, followed by a 20-minute ferry ride from Kettering.

Bruny Bowls Clubs has cooked meals every Friday Night.

Bruny Island as world famous for it’s wild seascapes, sweeping surf beaches, rich maritime history and abundant birdlife & wildlife. Bruny Bowls Club is one of the most uniquely located bowls clubs in Australia, if not the world!

Bar Open: from 4:00pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Bar Open: Weekends from 2:00pm

Location: 730 Adventure Bay Road, Adventure Bay TAS 7150

Phone: (03) 6293 1114

Official Site: Bruny Bowls Club

Bruny Island Providore

Welcome to Hiba on Bruny Island Tasmania for home made Chocolate Fudge, truffles, chocolate sauces and gifts. A factory outlet for the famous Bruny Island Fudge, truffles and chocolate products, situated in the parkland gardens of Hiba, this boutique outlet has a selection of fine Tasmanian gourmet products.

Tastings & Sales Available

Open: Daily 10:00am – 4:00pm

Location: 53 Adventure Bay Rd, Adventure Bay TAS 7150

Phone: (03) 6293 1456