Bruny Island Photography Tour 1D

1 day

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First we travel south of Hobart to Kettering and take the vehicular ferry across the D’Entrecastaux Channel to Bruny Island. Upon arrival, we make our way to Cape Bruny, the site of Australia’s second oldest lighthouse sitting atop a spectacular rugged coastline. ‘The Neck’, is a narrow isthmus connecting North Bruny to South Bruny – a viewing platform atop the sand dunes offers stunning views of the coast. An elevated boardwalk leads you to the pristine sandy shores of The Neck beach where only a few footprints may have preceded you. Footprints likely left by penguins as they waddled to the water that same morning – The Neck is a sensitive habitat for Little Penguins and Short-tailed Shearwaters.

Highlights:

  • Discover, experience and photograph dramatic coastal landscapes, the island’s historic lighthouse and an array of native flora and fauna
  • Coastal panoramas | History | Birds and Wildlife | Native flora
  • Cape Bruny, The Neck lookout, Adventure bay
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Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia

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