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Bruny Island, Tasmania

“Bruny Island, an island off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania. About a 30 minute drive from the capital city, Hobart, and a short ferry ride across the water. Oysters, cheese, chocolate, a smoke house. It's a place for everyone!”

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Bruny Island, Tasmania

  • Wellies for oyster farming
  • Out on the boat with the boys from Get Shucked
  • A bit of work happens on the boat
  • Fresh oysters, ready for sale
  • Oysters don't get fresher than this!
  • The only seasoning required is the salty water
  • Tess cutting into the signature T.O.M. cheese
  • Wood fired oven working it's magic
  • Or perhaps a wizard?
  • Local is love
  • The Neck
  • There's always room for ice-cream
  • Wallaby spotting isn't hard to do on Bruny
  • Getting lost can be beautiful
  • Sunset by the lighthouse
  • The best view for sunset
  • A hot spot for photographers
  • A clear, starry starry night

Bruny Island, an island off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania. About a 30 minute drive from the capital city, Hobart, and a short ferry ride across the water. Bruny Island is a place for every one, especially if you enjoy some fresh, fine local produce. A trip to the oyster farm, Get Shucked; and a stop in at Bruny Island Cheese Co. is a must. The view from the lighthouse provides for the most spectacular sunset before you head to the local pub for a feed. 


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