Things To Do on Bruny Island

Explore the Hidden Secrets of Bruny Island

There are so many things to do on Bruny Island - short walks, beautiful beaches, scenic drives, panoramic lookouts and delicious artisan produce.

Art at the Point gallery features predominantly the work of Bruny Island artists... painting, printmaking, ceramics, jewellery, textiles, sculpture, and locally produced art cards. The art work at Art at the Point is unique and often has strong references to place. Many of our artists respond directly to the beautiful island landscape, wildlife and history and work across a range of media.
The Bligh Museum
The Bligh Museum is a privately-run history museum at Adventure Bay, Bruny Island. Built from thousands of convict made bricks, the Bligh Museum of Pacific Exploration features a specialised collection relating to exploration in the South Pacific. Phone: (03) 6293 1117
Bruny Island Berry Farm is located at Woodleigh, a 12-hectare beachfront property at Adventure Bay on South Bruny Island. Pick your own berries, enjoy delicious berry-based ice-creams, savour pancakes or scones jam and cream with a real coffee. Phone: (03) 6293 1055
Bruny Island Cheese Company is an arisan cheese maker in southern Tasmania, owned and operated by Nick Haddow. The cheeses are all made and matured using traditional techniques and are some of the finest artisan cheeses made in Australia. Phone: (03) 6260 6353
The Bruny Island Long Weekend is a luxury three-day guided food, wine and walking tour featuring spectacular coastal scenery, extraordinary wildlife and amazing food. The experience combines coastal walks with intimate visits to a number of local producers and of course, Bruny Island Cruises. Phone: 0437 256 270
Bruny Island Premium Wines are a small family owned and operated vineyard/winery on picturesque South Bruny Island. The wine is proudly grown, made and bottled by hand on Wayaree Estate and is best drunk anytime, anywhere and with anything.
For those who love whisky and may not have the time to visit all of Tasmania’s distillery’s and independent bottlers, we represent all of these amazing award winning single malts in one place. Enjoy with knowledgeable staff who have passion for whisky! Phone: (03) 6260 6344
Located at the southern tip of Bruny Island, the Cape Bruny Lighthouse is the second-oldest standing lighthouse in Australia. It was originally built from lical stone and was first lit in 1838. It was decommissioned in 1996, replaced by a solar-powered tower.
Get Shucked is locally owned and operated by young entrepreneur Joe Bennett with the support of his partner Nicole at Great Bay on Bruny Island. The leases are situated right in the centre of Great Bay, allowing them to receive some of the first currents entering the bay providing a rich amount of nutrients for the oysters to feed on. Phone: 0428 606 250
Hotel Bruny is located in the heart of Alonnah. This beachfront hotel offers bottleshop, bar, dining and accommodation. It's a great place to go for Drinks, Eats, Great Views and Good Times. Phone: 1300 BRUNY ISLAND
Inala specializes in personalised birding and wildlife tours for individuals or groups. Emphasis is placed on providing an ecologically-friendly and educational experience of a high standard, using specialist guides with a high level of knowledge, who have the ability to present the information in an interesting manner. Phone: (03) 6293 1217
Island Scenic Flights offers visitors to Bruny Island an exciting opportunity for the truly exhilarating experience of seeing beautiful Bruny Island and other parts of Southern Tasmania from a bird's eye view. Spectacular scenery awaits you at every turn. Located right on the Bruny Island Main Road, Island Scenic Flights is the only carrier based at the Bruny Island Airport. Contact:0428 293 272
Jetty Café and Produce Store
Delicious Food with an emphasis on local produce. Open 10am, check ahead to confirm availability for lunch or dinner. 18 Main Road, Dennes Point. Phone: (03) 6260 6245