The best way to experience our wonderful Bruny Island.
Includes the Iconic Lighthouse Tour at Cape Bruny & Lunch
Discover everything that makes Bruny Island amazing with our sightseeing and food tour. Taste local fresh produce; everything from oysters to cider, chocolate, fudge and artisan cheeses. You’ll get to spot wildlife in their habitat, walk the beaches, taste the cheese picnic style with wood oven breads on our pristine beaches, smell the rainforests, climb The Neck Lookout and tour the iconic Cape Bruny lighthouse, perched above the craggy Tasmanian coastlines.
Your day will start off leisurely, with a hotel pick up. You’ll enjoy a scenic country and coastal drive to Kettering, here you will board the ferry and enjoy beautiful scenery as you head towards Bruny Island. Climb the Neck Lookout in the wildlife zone and Adventure Bay lookout. Choose from an extensive menu of locally caught fresh fish, succulent local lamb, salmon, seafood chowder or the popular seafood platter. Onwards to the South Bruny National Park and Cape Bruny Lighthouse. Return to Hobart at approximately 5:30pm
Award of Excellence Trip Advisor 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017
Our Bruny Island tour departs Hobart by 7.30am arriving at Kettering/Bruny Island ferry terminal, catching the 8.30am ferry. Includes South Bruny National Park entry and Lighthouse Tour. Enjoy private cheese tastings and other pre booked visits to local producers, with amazing chocolates and oysters throughout the day.
The tour also includes a big local lunch, with choices of locally caught seafood dishes, island lamb and a giant seafood platter for two. We also cater for those with dietary requirements.
The coastlines are dominated by towering sea cliffs, rainforests, seabirds, penguin colonies, seals, whales, shipwrecks and sweeping white sandy beaches. Captain Cook, Furneaux, D’entrecasteaux and Bligh were some of the early explorers that anchored in Adventure Bay, a sheltered anchorage on the South Island. Whaling and coal mining were amongst the earliest industries in Adventure Bay. Bruny Island is approximately 100 km long – about half the size of Singapore, and has a population of just over 600.
Experience some of the Bruny Island short walks, lookouts, history, culture, wildlife and Bruny Island food. Take the guess work and risk out of driving yourself.
Return to Hobart at approximately 5.30pm. Award for excellence TripAdvisor 2014 and 2015.