Planning a trip to one of Tasmania’s most beautiful (and delicious) islands? Don’t miss all these incredible things to do on Bruny Island on your visit!
If you like food, wine, cheese and some of the best easy day hikes in Tasmania, then Bruny Island is the place for you!
Located just off the southeastern coast of Tasmania and a short drive from Hobart, Bruny Island is a remarkably diverse and beautiful destination where you can spend your days out in spectacular wilderness, learning about native wildlife or fill your stomachs with delicious food and wine (or beer).
Well, that’s what we did, and there really is something to offer for every traveller.
To make a visit to Bruny Island even easier, you can take your car or motorhome over on the ferry for a reasonable cost, meaning you’ll have your own transport to get around.
No trip ticking off all the great places to visit in Tasmania would be complete without spending a day (or a weekend) exploring all the incredible activities and attractions here.
To help you plan your trip, here’s our comprehensive guide to the best things to do on Bruny Island.
The Best Things to Do on Bruny Island, Tasmania
We really enjoyed our time here and were overwhelmed with all the things you can do on Bruny Island.
We took our campervan over for 3 nights, which was the best thing we could have done as it gave us the freedom to explore on our own time.
If you don’t have your own wheels there are lots of great day tours you can book. This one is by far the best you can do as a day trip from Hobart.
The best way to get around is to rent a car and explore on your own! We recommend Rental Cars, which has the largest range of vehicles for the best value on the market.
It was our goal to find out what to do on Bruny Island and tick off as many of the activities as possible.
So if you love eating local food, sampling boutique beer and wine, hiking coastal headlands, visiting quaint little shops and diving into history, you’re in for a treat with this article of the best things to do in Bruny Island.
1) Try Some Local Honey at The Honey Pot
Our first stop on our trip to Bruny Island was to The Honey Pot, where we tried all kinds of different, you guessed it, honey products!
The Honey Pot is a local beekeeping business that makes incredible, award-winning honey.
Much more than just a place to buy sweet nectar, the storefront is…
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