Eat your way around Bruny Island on a gourmet and sightseeing tour from Hobart. Visit scenic lookouts overlooking Adventure Bay and Cloudy Bay, rainforests of Mount Mangana and spot echidnas, birds, white wallabies and other wildlife on scenic walks and drives. You’ll also taste the treats Bruny Island is famous for, from artisan cheeses and locally grown berries to smoked salmon, cider, ice-cream chocolates and nougat. Your day won't be complete without a visit to the stunning South Bruny National Park and Lighthouse Station at Cape Bruny followed by a Bruny Lighthouse tour. With pick up and drop-off from your Hobart hotel included, along with the round-trip ferry, this is the best way to experience Bruny Island’s wild beauty and wickedly delicious gourmet food.
• 10 hours
Discover Tasmania’s Bruny Island on this full-day tour from Hobart. Feel the awesome power of the Southern Ocean on a three-hour coastal wilderness cruise around the island, where you’ll see pristine beaches, remote coastlines and wildlife in its natural habitat. Experience a rush of adrenaline as the custom-built eco-cruiser travels along sheer cliff faces, exploring deep-sea caves. Plus, enjoy morning tea and lunch on the island.
• 9.5 hours
Enjoy the bounty of Bruny Island on a full-day gourmet food tour that introduces you to six local producers. You’ll enjoy six courses that include premium cheeses, oysters, berries (in season), wine, whiskey and chocolates, along with a lovely winery lunch. Have time to appreciate the island’s stunning scenery during stops at historic Two Tree Point in Adventure Bay, the Bruny Island Neck, white-sand beaches and privately owned reserves home to rare white wallabies. You can expect enough food and drink to satisfy a hearty appetite on this all-inclusive tour from Hobart.
• 9.75 hours
Soak up the beauty of Hobart, from the summit of Mount Wellington on this morning tour.
• 2 hours
See the beautiful city of Hobart from the summit of Mount Wellington, then experience a different perspective on art at the Museum of Old and New Art, the MONA, Australia’s newest and most controversial art museum. Discover Mount Wellington’s alpine vegetation and climate, and see all the way to Bruny Island on a sightseeing tour that also takes you to Battery Point, Cascade Valley and other famous Hobart sights. Experience MONA and be inspired by the Museum of Old and New Art’s varied collection, from Egyptian mummies to edgy contemporary installations followed by a scenic ferry trip along the Derwent River.
• 6.5 hours
Discover the underwater culinary treasures of Tasmania on a full-day gourmet seafood cruise. Help your expert guide catch fish, lobster, abalone and other delicacies, then watch your meal prepared right on the boat. For out-of-towners, this is a great way to go fishing for fresh Bruny Island seafood with a local expert. And don't worry about portions: There will be plenty to eat on this small-group tour limited to 12 people.
• 8 hours
This small group tour is a fantastic way to experience the magic of Bruny Island. Enjoy a day trip from Hobart focusing on the natural beauty and incredible produce of the island including cheese and oysters. Choose to upgrade and include the optional Bruny Island cruise to get the perfect land and sea experience.
• 1 day
Entertain large groups up to 40 on board Odalisque with a tailored day charter. Odalisque, a 20-metre vessel provides optimum comfort, size and stability offering charters to and from Hobart cruising on the Derwent River. Delight, charm and impress your friends and colleagues with a memorable experience ideal for corporate functions, Christmas parties, birthdays or any occasion that requires a voyage. Regardless of the size of your group, big or small, if you would just like a day on the water, charters are also offered to and from Hobart to locations within Storm Bay and D’Entrecasteaux. Day charters start from a minimum of 3-hours and a maximum of 8-hours.
• 3 hours
The ultimate Tasmanian short break: This three-day walk takes you from Hobart, via private boat to Bruny Island. Eight guests are treated to coastal walks, produce direct from the source, luxury camping and exquisite meals.
• 3 days
Located at the mouth of the River Derwent, Bruny Island one of Tasmania’s best natural highlights.
• 9.5 hours