The historic Bruny Island lighthouse. Built from locally quarried stone.
Bruny Island is located off of the Tasmanian coastline and is reached by a 15 minute ferry ride. You can take your car or camper van on the ferry and there are loads of stunning accommodation properties overlooking the coastline.
Bruny Island has a lot to offer all year around with changing vistas, beaches that are great to walk on in all weather and stunning national parks.
The coastline off of Bruny Island is lovely and accessible by local boat tours.
Bruny Island offers a great mix of beaches and bushland.
Stunning night sky’s.
Plant life is everywhere.
I spotted these wild artichokes growing in Simpsons Bay. As well as native plants Bruny Island has imported flowers and fruit tree’s brought there by early settlers.
There are a myriad of bay’s beaches and rain forests on Bruny Island.
Bruny Island is an exotic and interesting jewell in Australia’s history.
For more information about Bruny Island Tasmania visit http://brunyisland.net.au/