Whether you're after a thrill, a taste of history or a unique look into a unique natural environment; Bruny Island has you covered. The island is home to a number of cultural and natural attractions including the Bligh Museum and the Bruny Island Cruises trip. Bruny Island is also home to the South Bruny National Park and offers some spectacular scenery. If you're staying on the island, don't miss the penguins emerging at night from the water at The Neck.


Bruny Island is also home to the South Bruny National Park. Much of the park is coastal offering stunning views, however in some parts of the park lies lush rainforest containing a number of plant species unique to Tasmania. The South Bruny National Park is also abundant in birdlife offering excellent opportunities for birdwatching. There are a number of walks throughout the island, many of these within the bounds of the National Park. Walks vary in difficulty from short 15 minute walks suitable for all ages to full day walks for experienced walkers, so there really is something for everyone.

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