Cape Bruny Lighthouse
Cape Bruny Lighthouse is the only Southern Tasmanian lighthouse open for inspection.
The heritage listed 1836 Bruny Lighthouse towers 114m over dramatic cliff tops and coves that form the rugged coastline of Cape Bruny.
John Lee Archer, the famous architect that designed many well-known structures around the world was well ahead of his time and the iconic lighthouse he designed still stands proud today.
The Neck Lookout
Bruny Island Neck is an isthmus of land connecting north and south Bruny Island, southern Tasmania.
Timber stairs lead from the dunes to the Neck lookout, offering stunning 360 degree views. You’ll find a memorial here to the indigenous Nuenonne people who lived on Lunnawannalonna (Bruny Island) before the European settlement of Bruny.
Pennicott Wilderness Journeys
Australian Tourism Legend Robert Pennicott and his team of passionate local guides have been sharing Tasmania with travellers since 1999. Their award winning journeys highlight spectacular scenery, wildlife, food and wine. Whether you choose Bruny Island Cruises or Bruny Island Traveller, you won't be disappointed! Pennicott Wilderness Journeys has something for everyone...
Visit www.brunycruises.com.au or www.brunyislandtraveller.com.au
Bruny Island Premium Wines
Bruny Island Premium Wines are a small family owned and operated vineyard/winery on picturesque South Bruny Island. All their wines are proudly grown, made and bottled by hand on Wayaree Estate.
The Wine Bar & Grill is open 7 days 11am to 5pm, Saturday nights during daylight savings from 6pm. Richard and Bernice Woolley welcome appointments and group bookings.
Bruny Island Cheese
Founded by Nick Haddow in 2003, Bruny Island Cheese first started making cheeses inspired by Nick’s travels and training throughout the great cheese producing regions of the world. Their cheeses are all made and matured using traditional techniques and are highly regarded as being some of the finest artisan cheeses made in Australia. Bruny Island Cheese cheeses reflect the seasonal nature of their herd of rare breed cows, showing a distinctly Tasmanian character.
Get Shucked Oyster Bar
Want to wrap your lips around an oyster that’s so fresh it’s like you’re being kissed by the ocean? Get on down to Bruny Island and drop into Get Shucked, a locally owned and operated oyster farm and bar. Their oysters are harvested, shucked and plated up daily just for you! You’d be hard pressed to find a fresher oyster or a more authentic experience.