South Bruny National Park
South Bruny National Park information
Lonely Planet review
You really need a few days to appreciate Bruny’s isolated coastal communities, swimming and surf beaches, and the forests and walking tracks within the South Bruny National Park – don’t try and cram it into a day trip. Each hour or so another convoy of vehicles alights from the ferry and drives in formation along the main road. Tourism is the mainstay of the island’s economy, yet there are no large resorts – just self-contained cottages and guest houses. A car or bicycle is essential for getting around. Supplies are available at the well-stocked Adventure Bay general store and the tiny shops at Alonnah and Lunawanna. Many island roads are unsealed – and not all car rental companies are cool with this concept.