One of the most travelled places in Tasmania by locals and tourist-alike is this 362-square kilometre island located off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania.
On this article, I am going to show you our experience during a day visit on the Island. Yes, you read it right, a day visit!
Check out our latest vlog about this adventure.
Travel time, if you are from Hobart, are approximately 30-40 minutes drive, this leads you to Kettering. Ketting is where you depart through a vehicular ferry going to Roberts Point, a 15 minutes trip. Prices vary and check the video as we flash the fare going to the island.
What not to be miss?
The so-called “The Neck” is the narrow isthmus that connected the two island, is a “must go to” when going to Bruny Island. This has become one of the most instagrammable places in the island. This is the home to the Truganini Lookout, giving you a 360 degrees panoramic view of the Bruny Coastline.
Our family also ventured Adventure Bay where it seems to have a private beach all to ourselves. The crystal clear water, white powdery and the solidarity of the place makes you feel you are in heaven!
Shops are plenty in Adventure Bay, so with places such as Lunawanna and Alonnah. If you decide to go to other beautiful places on this island, check other links on this website to know more.
Other places and attractions:
Cape Queen Elizabeth
Bruny Island Cruises
Island Scenic Flight
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