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Bruny Island Discovery Day Tour - All Inclusive

Tour the Cape Bruny Lighthouse on Adventure Trails Tasmania's Bruny Island Discovery day tour
Get off the beaten track when you visit Bruny Island with Adventure Trails Tasmania
Discover the hidden treasures of Bruny Island with Adventure Trails Tasmania
Let Adventure Trails Tasmania be your guide on a Bruny Island Discovery day tour
Let us take you off the beaten path on our Bruny Island Discovery Day Tour to discover Bruny’s lifestyle, walking trails and local artisans. Slow down, understand where you are and adopt the island pace of life. With a 7:00 am pick up from your accommodation in the Hobart area we head to Kettering to catch the ferry, for a 15-minute ride across the D’Entrecasteaux channel to Bruny Island. Take in the view from the Neck reserve lookout and penguin colony, enjoy a picnic at Hiba and the Bruny Island chocolate factory, with private gardens. If you enjoy hiking, there's an optional three-hour, 6km bushwalk to either Fluted Cape or Mars Bluff (weather dependent) After lunch, we have the choice of a tour of the Cape Bruny Lighthouse, built-in 1834, OR visiting the Inala Nature Reserve and Gondwanan Jurassic Garden to discover Bruny’s native flora & fauna, birds, fossils, gemstones and shells in the nature museum. On the way back to the ferry, we will pause for a platter of fresh Get Shucked Bruny oysters (alternative snacks available for anyone who does not eat oysters).

Family Friendly

Non Smoking

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.


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