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
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
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
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
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
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.