Alonnah

Sheepwash Bay Track

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Alonnah

Only 35min from the ferry stop at Roberts Point, Alonnah is one of lunawuni / Bruny’s main townships. Home to the southern-most pub in Australia (Hotel Bruny), Alonnah is situated on the western side of the island facing the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.

kaparati / Adventure Bay

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kaparati / Adventure Bay

With it’s crystal blue waters and white sand on one of lunawuni / Bruny’s most sheltered beaches, kaparati / Adventure Bay is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. kaparati / Adventure Bay is also home to some of lunawuni / Bruny’s most popular walks including the Fluted Cape Track, with it’s spectacular views and historical story points that mark it as a must-see destination.

The Neck

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The Neck

The narrow strip of land connecting North and South lunawuni / Bruny is called The Neck. Its position is an important habitat to local wildlife and a great spot to wander the wooden boardwalks to catch a glimpse of them. Walk to a 360 platform to experience the magical view and capture that iconic Bruny photo.

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Cape Bruny Lighthouse

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Cape Bruny Lighthouse

Built in 1836, the Cape Bruny Lighthouse is the only southern Tasmanian lighthouse open for tours. The lighthouse is 114 metres tall above dolerite cliffs at it’s base. When you reach the top you’re rewarded with panoramic views of Southern lunawuni / Bruny’s spectacular coastline.

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Dennes Point

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Dennes Point

Located at the northernmost point of lunawuni / Bruny is the township of Dennes Point. From the north end of lunawuni / Bruny you can back across to Mainland Tasmania, with Tinderbox only a short distance across the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.

Robert's Point

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Robert’s Point

Home to the lunawuni / Bruny Island Ferry terminal, this is where you’ll arrive or depart on the SeaLink ferry to or from Kettering.