Places to visit

Bruny Island has many places to visit and below are just a few of the possiblities.


Cape Bruny Lighthouse

Cape Bruny Lighthouse is situated in the exterme south of Bruny Island in the South Bruny National Park. Maginficent scenic views and open to the public Read more


Adventure Bay

Adventure bay is one of the most historic an also most scenic parts of Bruny Island. The bay has several kilometers of white pristine beach, facing roughly to the east and is accessable a short distance from the road. Read more


The Neck

Bruny Island Neck lies between north and south Bruny Islandand is a spectacular lookout and viewing point for the Fairy or small penguin and sea birds Read more


Bruny Island beaches

Bruny Island has some wonderful shell sand beaches, most of which are reasonably accessable by road. Others are at the end of short tracks and well signed. Below are a selection, with map locations Read more


Art at the Point

Art at the Point is located in the North of the island at Dennes Point and has become well known as an important attraction in the north of Bruny.  Promoting and exhibiting local artists Read more

Address:18 Bruny Island Main Rd, Dennes Point TAS 7150,
Tel:+61 3 6260 6249

Dennes Point

Dennes Point is the most northerly township and area on Bruny Island and is the third biggest, with a population of just over 200.  There is a very good beach, with BBQ area and interpretive boards about the area.   Dennes Point has an art gallery and a very fine café called Jetty Café. Read more



Alonnah on south Bruny Island is one of the two main habitations on the island and has a range of facilities including medical and cultural and ccommodation Read more