Bruny Island Accommodation Services offer a variety of quality holiday accommodation - self-contained 1 2 & 3 bedroom holiday houses, cabins and lodges many have cosy log fires, some have spas and private decks with BBQ facilities and stunning views - a choice of wilderness retreats among the rainforests or dunes and beach front accommodation in quiet sheltered coves or in small townships. Bruny Island Accommodation Services offers a choice of views from calm lagoon inlets or spectacular vistas of some of Australia's 'southern most' untouched wilderness coastline and magnificent beaches.
Bruny is Tasmania's 4th largest island, situated 40 km south of Hobart, and features magnificent views, walks, lagoons, wildlife, penguins, seals, pristine beaches, great surf breaks and a vast history dating back to 1642.
Choose from a wide range of holiday rental options, from economy to beachfront luxury - private retreats with stunning views and delightful log fires. Accommodation ranges from 1 Bedroom Cottages to 2 Bedroom and 3 Bedroom luxury 2 storey holiday houses with spa baths. All accommodation is non smoking, air conditioned, spacious and fully self contained featuring a large furnished balcony with private BBQ facilities and stunning views of the bay and a fully equipped kitchen including stove, oven, microwave, cutlery/crockery, full size fridge, dishwasher, tea and coffee making facilities, a separate lounge/dining area, lounge suite, dining table and chairs, separate bedroom/s, private bathroom/s, alarm clock, colour TV and DVD player and private laundry facilities including washing machine, ironing equipment and dryer.
Bruny Island Accommodation Services and its management team are committed to providing quality service and information to guests. Car parking is provided FREE OF CHARGE.
Bruny Island was first sighted by Abel Tasman in 1642 and named after Rear Admiral Bruni d'Entrecasteaux who visited the island in 1792-93. Bruny is of national significance in the European exploration of the southern seas. Captains Furneaux, Flinders, Cook and Bligh all anchored in Bruny Island's Adventure Bay which takes its name from Furneaux's ship. The Bligh Museum of Pacific Exploration at Adventure Bay and the Alonnah History Rooms are open to the public daily.
Take a walk out to Variety Bay on open days or follow the walking track to Grassy Point to see the site of one of Bruny Island's whaling stations and find out about the whaling history from the information boards along the way.
Bush walking from 5 minutes to full day walks, Bruny Island offers breathtaking scenery including magnificent coastal views, enchanted rainforests and ferns, tranquil beaches, panoramic views, lagoons and wildlife, soaring seacliffs, coastal heathland and wildlife.
Take a wildlife tour. Bruny Island is abundant with wildlife and is a bird-watchers paradise. Many rare and endangered species of birds such as the forty spotted pardalote inhabit the native white-gums. Fairy penguins may be seen at dusk and penguin tours are (seasonally) available at the Neck Game Reserve. You may also observe the rare white wallaby at dusk along the track to Grassy Point.
Visit the Neck Game Reserve or the South Bruny National Park with its walking tracks, panoramic views, sweeping beaches, sheltered coves and swimming-beaches close to camping facilities.
Experience Bruny Island from the water. Boating, kayaking and surfing.
Go on an wildlife adventure boat-cruise taking you on a world-class journey through a unique coastal reserve. Or a fishing charter with experienced guides, or fish from one of the many jetties.
Taste local produce fresh from the farm door.