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Hop on the ferry at Kettering, a 40 minute drive south of nipaluna / Hobart, bound for an island about the size of Singapore with a population of around 650 happy locals. White wallabies, fur seals, little penguins, pademelons, echidnas and endemic bird species call lunawuni / Bruny Island home.
About 100 kilometres metres in length, lunawuni / Bruny is made up of a north and south island, separated by an area known as “The Neck”. The drier northern island is home to the township of Dennes Point and has sweeping, open pastures. South lunawuni / Bruny is far more rugged. Here, you’ll find large tracts of rainforest, Cape Bruny Lighthouse and South Bruny National Park; well worth lacing up your boots and exploring.
On the edge of the Southern Ocean, lunawuni / Bruny Island is a microcosm of Tassie’s finest. Fresh oysters, vineyards, unique wildlife, award-winning cheeses, wild seascapes and towering dolerite sea cliffs; lunawuni / Bruny has it all.