Explore the spectacular coastline of Bruny Island on a special wilderness cruise from Hobart taking in the soaring cliffs, rugged capes, wind carved sea caves and tranquil bays of Tasmania’s favourite island.
Journey along the diverse coastline of the River Derwent towards Bruny Island with the impressive backdrop of kunyani/Mt Wellington never far from view. Cruise up to Australia’s oldest lighthouse, the Iron Pot, before heading to north Bruny Island where you will get up close and personal to deep sea caves and the stunning Cape Queen Elizabeth.
Discover the stunning protected bays of Bruny Island as we head towards Adventure Bay to the soaring cliffs of Fluted Cape, one of Australia’s highest sea cliffs. Travel south and be wowed by the iconic Monument sea stack and the amazing Breathing Rock blowhole. Search for wildlife including dolphins, seals, and seabirds.
Enjoy a delicious lunch at the beachside restaurant overlooking Adventure Bay, which serves the famous Bruny Island oysters, and specialises in premium Tasmanian fish or vegetarian dishes to satisfy the hunger that comes from cruising Bruny Islands waterways. Take a guided coach tour back to Hobart, via landmarks including The Neck and the optional 200 stairs to the Truganini Lookout which gives you a bird’s eye view of the spectacular natural landscape.
Watch for key landmarks including: Penguin Island, Cape Connella, One Tree Point, Variety Bay, Trumpeter Bay and Bull Bay.