Bruny Island is Tasmania’s fourth largest island with population centres in Dennes Point, Alonnah, Adventure Bay and Lunawanna.
Bruny Island Escapes and Hotel Bruny – 3959 Main Road, Alonnah, Bruny Island, 7150
3.5 star or equiv with Booking.com
Bruny Island Escapes offers award-winning accommodation situated in various locations in Lunawanna and Alonnah. Each cottage has a private balcony, a cosy log fire and full kitchen facilities. more here…
Te Kuiti Bruny Island Cottage – 157 Matthew Flinders Drive, Alonnah, 7150
4 star or equiv with Booking.com
Offering free WiFi and sea views, Te Kuiti Bruny Island Cottage is accommodation situated in Alonnah. With mountain views, this accommodation provides a balcony. more here…
Top of the Hill- Bruny Island – 54 Harvey Road, Alonnah, 7150
0 star or equiv with Booking.com
Top of the Hill- Bruny Island is a holiday home situated in Alonnah. This property offers access to a balcony. The holiday home has 3 bedrooms with air conditioning and a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher. A flat-screen TV is available. more here…
4-Day Tasmania East Coast Adventure from Launceston to Hobart Including Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, Bruny Island and Port Arthur, Launceston
Tasmania’s beautiful east coast is the star of this tour as you travel from Launceston and head towards Hobart. Enjoy cheese tasting at Pyengana and the gorgeous white sands of the Bay of Fires. See the little penguins come ashore at Bicheno as night falls. Meet Tasmanian Devils and other local animals at the optional wildlife sanctuary visit (extra cost), take in the view of Wineglass Bay and experience beautiful Freycinet National Park. Try the tasty delights of Kate’s Berry Farm before heading south. Bruny Island is incredible for it’s views, untouched beaches and white wallabies. Walk up to Fluted Cape for million dollar views. Finally it’s Tasmania’s convict heritage at Port Arthur, with a harbor cruise and guided walking tour around the historic site and hours to explore. Wrap up with a cliff top walk to Waterfall Bay and some chocolate tasting to round out a sweet experience!
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