Bruny Island Traveller – Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Food and Wine Tours

Taste your way across Bruny Island visiting some of our favourite artisan producers on a delicious adventure whilst taking in the spectacular scenery of Tasmania’s favourite island.

• Enjoy award winning cheeses, premium wines and beer, freshly shucked oysters, handmade fudge, local honey. Ice cream, mead and a delicious lunch at Pennicott’s beachside restaurant with sweeping views of Adventure Bay
• Meet and hear the stories of island producers including an exclusive private cheese and beer experience at Bruny Island Cheese Company
• Take in the glorious views from the iconic Neck Lookout
• Walk along pristine sandy beaches
• Step back in time with a walk through the ancient Mavista Rainforest
• Search for rare white wallabies on our private reserve
• Delight in a relaxing tour of HIBA’s 50 acres of private English and native gardens overlooking Adventure Bay, before being treated to fudge in the tranquil surrounds.
• Bruny Island Honey provides the perfect stop to indulge your sweet tooth. Take in the bush surroundings as you enjoy a honey ice cream. We also have a gift of honey mead for you take home
• Visit the Bligh Museum, with tall tales of Adventure Bay explorers
• Enjoy travelling as a small group, ensuring a personalised experience

Tours depart Hobart at 0745 and return at 1730.

Services

$210

Taste your way across Bruny Island visiting some of our favourite artisan producers on a gourmet adventure whilst taking in the spectacular scenery of Tasmania’s favourite island.

Guests travel in small groups, led by an experienced local guide.
Be prepared for a delicious day out where you will enjoy award-winning cheeses, premium wines and beer, freshly shucked oysters, handmade fudge, local honey and a delicious lunch at Pennicott’s beachside restaurant with sweeping views of Adventure Bay.

Be inspired by island anecdotes of flora, fauna and history as told by our guides and storytellers. See local aboriginal artefacts including the first floating Tasmanian aboriginal canoe since European settlement. Wonder at the Bligh Museum, with tall tales of Adventure Bay explorers.

Your adventure highlights the unique natural environment of Bruny Island. Take in the glorious views from the iconic Neck Lookout, climbing the 240 wooden steps to take in the narrow isthmus between north and south Bruny Island. Step back in time with a walk through the ancient Mavista Rainforest and breathe in the cleanest air as you stroll under the towering canopy. Keep an eye out for the rare white wallabies that thrive on our private reserve.

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