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Bruny Island Nomadic Degustation

Operated by eat the wild
Chef being witty and charming to guests. Seated at beach. Beautiful seaside in background.
Dense rainforest walk amongst tall ferns.
Host is pouring guests a gin and tonic. Although their backs are turned, you sense anticipation.
Couple at top of lighthouse overlooking sea cliffs.
Freshly shucked oysters.
Chef is handing out oysters by beautiful river mouth.
PPlated dish of salmon.
Steeped in rich Aboriginal history, forever altered by European arrival, Bruny Island’s voice is ready to be heard. In many ways, a well thought out day on Bruny can offer a deeper understanding of the broader Tasmanian experience. With hidden beaches, temperate rainforest, towering sea cliffs, infamous wildlife and some spectacular produce, there is almost too much to take in. Eat the Wild offers a truly unique service by not only preparing the best ingredients Bruny Island and Tasmania has to offer but doing so right before your eyes with the wilderness as your restaurant. Imagine the delicate taste of fresh seafood by the shoreline, seared kangaroo in the bush, an oyster shucking masterclass on the beach or having your own cheese platter explained by a cheesemaker. A day on Bruny Island with Eat the Wild will surprise you, satisfy you, stay with you a long time and leave you wondering if you’ll want to tell all your friends or keep this to yourself.

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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