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South Bruny National Park
Bruny Island
Wild seascapes and sweeping surf beaches, wonderful coastal walks, birdlife and wildflowers, tall forests and an historic lighthouse are all features of South Bruny National Park. Access to Bruny Island is a 20-minute crossing by vehicular ferry from Kettering, 35 minutes' drive south of Hobart. Head south, crossing at the narrow Neck (the isthmus connecting North and South Bruny Island) to reach the park boundary near Adventure Bay or south of Lunawanna. Walks include the coastal track to Penguin Island and Fluted Cape, from Adventure Bay; beach walks on Cloudy Bay; or the full-day circuit of the Labillardiere Peninsula. A narrow gravel road links Lunawanna and Adventure Bay, giving wide, stunning south-westerly views. As you walk look out for Bennetts wallabies, pademelons, echidna and wombats. From November to April each year the short-tailed shearwaters arrive to mate and breed along the shore before heading out on their heroic journey to the northern hemisphere. The lighthouse at Cape Bruny was built between 1836 and 1838 with convict labour. The Bruny Island Ferry Service runs seven days a week and you can check the timetable at (03) 6273 6725.
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Bruny Island Smokehouse
Bruny Island
The Bruny Island Smokehouse offers a food and wine experience and specialise in smoked produce.
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Bruny Island Premium Wines
Bruny Island
Bruny Island Premium Wines is situated on Bruny Island in Tasmania's south. Carved from bush and pastureland on the outskirts of the settlement of Lunawanna this is Australia
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Bruny Island Neck
Bruny Island
Bruny Island Neck is an isthmus of land connecting north and south Bruny Island, southern Tasmania. Located 40 kilometres/25 miles from Hobart, Bruny is Tasmania's fourth largest island, accessed by a passenger/vehicle ferry from Kettering.
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Bruny Island Berry Farm
Bruny Island
Bruny Island Berry Farm is located on breathtaking Bruny Island south of Hobart. Enjoy delicious berries, either freshly picked or pick your own. Escape, relax and enjoy the picturesque landscape and stunning beachfront location. Savour our yummy berry ice creams as you wander along the tranquil creek banks or browse in our shop for assorted berry jams, sweets and berry-themed gifts.
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Bligh Museum of Pacific Exploration
Bruny Island
The Bligh Museum is a privately-run history museum at Adventure Bay, Bruny Island. Bruny Island lies off the south coast of Tasmania and is accessed by a 15-minute car ferry from Kettering, 40 minutes south of Hobart (34 kilometres).
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