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The Bruny Island Paddle

Dreamy paddling conditions on Bruny Island
The Bruny Island Lodge
Sea Kayaking on Bruny Island
Tasmanian Delicacies
Hiking East Cloudy Head
Cloudy Bay Lagoon
Walking on Cloudy Bay Beach
Sea Kayaking with Southern Right Whales
Bruny Island is located off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, separated from the mainland by the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. The island is home to swathes of eucalyptus forests, towering cliffs and remote, long sandy beaches. Paddlers will be rewarded with secluded coves, sea caves, lagoons, sea kelp forests and if lucky, encounters with fur seals, fairy penguins and soaring albatross. Evenings are spent in our cozy lodge sampling delicious Bruny Island delicacies including the freshest of oysters, handmade cheeses and a glass of local wine. Join us on a mini escape to beautiful Bruny Island!

Family Friendly

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

Canoeing/Kayaking

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