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Bruny Island off Tasmania’s southern coast offers some of the best preserved wild landscapes in the region, with stunning clifftop walks and abundant wildlife. When viewed on a map it actually looks like 2 islands joined by a narrow sand bar called ‘The Neck’. This area is an important habitat for rare birds and other animals; there’s also a road running along it which connects North and South Bruny.
Nature lovers should make for South Bruny National Park with its towering cliffs overlooking hidden beaches; there are many trails in the park and elsewhere on the island.
There are a number of beachfront hideaways dotted around the island offering luxury accommodation. Restaurant and cafe options are limited, but meals are served at the Bruny Island Premium Wines Vineyard, and the oysters at Get Shucked! in North Bruny are delicious.