We have now stayed on Bruny Island twice in less than 6 months. First time we stayed in a cabin near Allonah. Next time in a house at Adventure Bay. Both times we have self catered because there are not that many food options on Bruny. However, there is a magnificant cheese factory, a winery selling lovey wine that I enjoyed and the hot house cafe which has coffee and delicious scones with jam and cream and a view that takes your breath away.
The islands (north and south) have lots of wonders including the views from Cape Bruny, Cloudy Bay with its misty sea, the neck with its hill top viewing platform and the scenery all the way around both islands.
I don't think it is a place you could see in a day, so would be best to stay a couple of nights in one of the many accommodation choices, but you may need to able self cater because we haven't found too many food places to provide meals.
The only way to get to Bruny is by a short ferry ride that cost $30 return when we went and the ferry seems to travel fairly regularly every day.
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