Thank you Grant 😀 Amazing day , your knowledge was amazing as well . The food, light house and the scenery was amazing. Thank you 😊
Get to know Bruny Island’s gourmet qualities and rugged beauty on this full-day guided tour from Hobart. Combine tastings of chocolate, cheese, and berries with sightseeing at Adventure Bay and in the Mt. Mangana rain forest. You'll also tour the Cape Bruny Lighthouse in Bruny National Park and eat a locally sourced lunch.
After pickup from your Hobart hotel, board a ferry for the 15-minute D'Entrecasteaux Channel crossing.
Upon arrival on Bruny Island, journey to the Neck, which divides the island’s northern and southern sections. Stop by the Adventure Bay where your guide will prepare a picnic style morning tea of warm wood fired breads, award winning cheeses and juicy fresh oysters.
Next, walk down the Mt. Mangana rain forest trail to search for white wallabies on the way to the Cape Bruny Lighthouse. Tour the lighthouse and look out to sea for humpback and southern right whales.
After a cider tasting and locally sourced lunch at Hotel Bruny, visit an oyster farm, a honey company, a chocolate shop, and the island’s cheese company. Work off some calories on a bush stroll, during which your guide discusses Bruny’s flora and fauna.
Return to Hobart with convenient drop-off at your hotel.
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Thanks Rick fir your informative insights into life on Bruny Island. Food tasting was yummy, lunch was delicious and generous in portion. We had a great of people onthe day and the outlook from the lighthouses was memorable as well as breathtaking. Thanks Bruny Island...More
Having spent a week in Tassie for our honeymoon, this was easily the best value tour my wife and I went on. The opportunity to taste locally produced honey, cheese, seafood, beer, cider and chocolate gave incredible justification to the island’s claim to cuisine fame....More
We went on this trip yesterday with Rick. We had a fun fabulous informative trip. The Get Shucked Oysters were the freshest tastiest oysters I've eaten, The cheeses from Cheese Co were amazing ... a nice drop off whiskey or similar on a cold day...More