South Bruny National Park Tours
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South Bruny National Park is a perfect place to escape the hustle of Hobart and experience the true beauty of Tasmania countryside. This scenic getaway on the southern tip of Bruny Island offers visitors the best of both land and sea—from coastal cliffs to secluded beaches. It’s ideal for a quick day trip or an overnight camping excursion.
Visitors can spend the morning collecting shells along the beach’s shore or taking a leisurely dip in one of the park’s sheltered swim areas (a local favorite is near Jetty Beach). Experienced surfers love the serious waves that break at Cloudy Bay, where rustic campsites are almost always available for a small fee.
Birders and botanists will love exploring the lush rainforest just beyond the sand, where dozens of plants and bird species indigenous to Tanzania thrive. Curious sorts can explore the remains of an old whaling station at Grass Point or wander to Cape Bruny Lighthouse, the second oldest of its kind in the country.
Day-trippers and less experienced hikers can wander along shorter trails, like the memorable trek to Grass Point or Fluted Cape. More challenging routes, like the Labillardiere Peninsula Circuit or East Cloudy Head trail are best left to fit visitors planning to spend at least a night.
Car ferries depart daily from Kettering on a fairly regular basis. The 15-minute journey leaves passengers at Roberts Point in the northern part of the island. Cars with up to eight people must pay a daily fee of $24. Individual hikers get in for $12 each. Longer holiday passes are available and may be more economical for visitors planning to extend their stay at South Bruny National Park.
Address: South Bruny TAS 7150, Australia
5 Tours and Activities to Experience South Bruny National Park
Explore Bruny Island on this full-day trip from Hobart. Travel by ferry to the island, look out for seals and penguins as you sail. On the island, admire natural sights like The Neck and Truganini Lookout, and take leisurely walks to look for wallabies and other local wildlife. Discover the island’s food scene with tastings of cheese, chocolate, cider, and oysters, plus a lunch of local produce. An exclusive group tour of the historic Cape Bruny Lighthouse completes your experience.
Taking safety measures
Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Visit Bruny Island, one of Tasmania’s top natural attractions, on a 9.5-hour tour from Hobart. Located at the mouth of the River Derwent, Bruny Island is home to native wildlife, a vibrant ecosystem, and indigenous history. This small-group tour is limited to six people and includes round-trip ferry ride across D'Entrecasteaux Channel.
If you love the outdoors, you will love our super tour of 7 days packed full of waterfalls, mountains, great walks, dramatic coastlines, lakes and primeval rainforest, You will see everything from the unique rugged mountains and lakes of the west coast and the picturesque beaches of the east coast, plus to top it all off we will show you around local favourite Bruny Island and visit the World Heritage Listed - Port Arthur Historic Site.
This 4-day tour of Tassie's East Coast, Tasman Peninsula and Bruny Island sees you exploring Tassie's awesome beaches, discovering amazing history and enjoying local wildlife. Join our eco-certified tour to experience Tassie's picturesque beaches, stunning scenery and magical locations such as the Bay of Fires, Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay. We will also visit a wildlife sanctuary to see Tasmanian devils in action and stay overnight in one of Tassie's best seaside towns, Bicheno. We visit Bruny Island (Tassie's own island paradise), where we'll taste some local gourmet delicacies and experience a diversity of scenic and natural highlights including South Bruny National Park, Adventure Bay and The Neck. On our final day we'll discover the dramatic coastal scenery of the Tasman Peninsula and explore the world's best-preserved convict ruins at the Port Arthur Historic Site.
Experience the magic of a Tasmanian sunset with a 1-hour evening tour of the Cape Bruny Lighthouse Station. Located at the southern tip of Bruny Island, the 374-foot (114-meter) tall lighthouse offers spectacular views over the rugged cape and the windswept Tasman Sea. After exploring the historic lighthouse and admiring the dramatic sunset, stick around to be in with a chance of witnessing the mesmerizing Southern Aurora. This small-group tour is limited to 8 people, ensuring an intimate experience.
Taking safety measures
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
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What's the best way to experience South Bruny National Park?
The best ways to experience South Bruny National Park are:
- Bruny Island Day Tour, Includes Lunch and Exclusive Lighthouse Tour
- Small-Group Day Trip from Hobart to Bruny Island
- 7-Day Super Value Tour of Tasmania: Explore Tasmania's West and East Coasts
- 4-Day Fabulous Tasmania Tour: Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur, Devils & Bruny Island
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