Bruny Island, Lighthouse and Lunch Tour
Foodies will love this day trip to Bruny Island to try some of the delicious local dishes, soak up the breath-taking scenery, and delve deep into the fascinating cultural history of the island.
Returns: Approx. 5:00pm
Children: $195 (0 – 12 years)
Please note: children under the age of 5 years are not permitted to join the guided lighthouse tour. Booster seats are available for small children on request. Please advise at the time of booking if a booster seat is required.
Once we’ve collected everyone from their accommodation, we start out to Kettering, where we catch the ferry straight to Bruny Island, passing beautiful sea views along the way. When we get to dry land, we’ll whisk you off to the lush surrounds of the Mount Mangana Rainforest, where you can spot elusive native species like the white wallaby.
Then it’s on to the historic Cape Bruny Lighthouse Station where you’ll get to take the southernmost lighthouse tour in Australia. As you go, you’ll be regaled with stories from the lighthouse’s past and learn more about its important place in Australian history.
Afterwards, you’ll get to refuel with a morning tea served with Bruny Island cheeses, bread, and oysters on the beach.
Once you’ve got a taste for the cheese and oysters, we’ll take you to the specialist cheese and oyster shops so you can pick up your own supplies to take home with you. Then it’s time for a drive around the island, taking in some of the best spots along the way. We’ll take you to specialist food producers, stunning vantage points with panoramic views, and sprawling white-sand beaches that seem to go on forever.
You’ll get free time to do the activities you’d like to do, whether that’s taking a leisurely walk along the beach, going for a paddle in the sea, or simply relaxing on the sand and catching some rays.
When lunchtime comes around, you’re in for a treat. You’ll get to choose between fresh fish, local lamb, chowder, seafood platters, or a vegetarian option, all of which will be enjoyed whilst overlooking the sprawling sands of Sunset Beach.
If you want to get an insight into Bruny Island while trying out some of the delicious food it’s known for, this day-long adventure is for you.
|Ball and Chain Grill||87 Salamanca Place, Battery Point||7:10am|
|Bay View Villas||34 Poets Road, West Hobart||6:45am|
|Bruny Island Cheese Company||1807 Bruny Island Main Road, Great Bay||9:00am|
|Bruny Island Robert Point||Bruny Island Ferry Terminal, North Bruny||8:45am|
|Bruny Island Safari Office||22A Maxwells Road, Cambridge||6:10am|
|Graham Court Apartments||15 Pirie Street, New Town||6:45am|
|Hobart Tower Motel||300 Park Street, New Town||6:50am|
|Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart||1 Davey Street, Hobart||6:55am|
|Islington Hotel||321 Davey Street, South Hobart||7:15am|
|Kettering “The Oyster Cove Inn”||1 Ferry Road, Kettering||7:45am|
|Kingston Bus Exchange – Huntingfield||Huntingfield Terminus, Huntingfield||7:35am|
|Lodge on Elizabeth Street||249 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart||6:50am|
|MACq01||18 Hunter Street, Hobart||6:55am|
|Mantra One||1 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart||7:00am|
|Margate Heritage Museum||1755 Channel Street, Hobart||7:40am|
|Mayfair Cavell||17 Cavell Street, West Hobart||6:45am|
|Mayfair Plaza||236 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay||7:15am|
|Mornington Inn||322 Cambridge Road, Mornington||6:40am|
|Quest Trinity House||149 Brooker Avenue, Glebe||6:55am|
|Ramada Resort||78 Surf Road, Seven Mile Beach||6:30am|
|Regent Park Apartments||17-23 Regent Street, Sandy Bay||7:15am|
|Rydges Hotel||393 Argyle Street, North Hobart||6:50am|
|Salamanca Inn||10 Gladstone Street, Battery Point||7:10am|
|Snug Beach Cabin & Caravan Park||35 Beach Road, Snug||7:40am|
|St David’s Cathedral Bus Stop||23 Murray Street, Hobart||7:10am|
|St Ives Apartments||86 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay||7:15am|
|Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre||20 Davey Street, Hobart||7:00am|
|Travelodge Hobart||167 Macquarie Street, Hobart||7:00am|
|Waterfront Lodge||153 Risdon Road, Lutana||6:45am|
|Wrest Point Hotel Casino||410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay||7:15am|