Bruny Island’s Luxury Guided Walk
Despite being only 45 minutes by private boat from Tasmania’s capital city Hobart, Bruny Island seems another world away. With a population of just 650 permanent residents Bruny Island was, for many years, Tasmania’s best kept secret.
Lying off the south-east corner of Tasmania, at the edge of the Southern Ocean, Bruny Island is blessed with spectacular rugged scenery, pristine beaches and an abundance of wildlife. The extraordinary beauty of the island has attracted a unique band of locals who use Bruny’s pure environment to craft and grow some of Tasmania’s finest foods.
The idea of a long weekend suggests a relaxed and indulgent approach to travel, almost a celebration. A Long Weekend on Bruny Island is the ultimate package of Tasmania’s best food, wildlife and scenery.
Bruny Island is a showcase of some of the most spectacular coastline in Tasmania. Our guided walks take you through varied terrain including beaches, rocky headlands, bush trails and rainforest. By the end of the Long Weekend you will know Bruny Island intimately.
The Latest Great Walk of Tasmania
NEWS: We are excited to announce that we recently became a member of the Great Walks of Tasmania. The Great Walks of Tasmania includes the state’s 8 leading guided walk experiences who have reached excellence in providing guided walks. We are honoured to be involved with such an esteemed group of Tasmanian Experiences.
Almost 100% of the food we consume over the long weekend has been sourced from Bruny Island itself or within Tasmania. Our food miles are so low that in most instances, you will see where your food is produced on the same day that you eat it. You may have even met the person who made it.
Our exclusive accommodation is only available to guests of The Bruny Island Long Weekend. Well secluded, on a private 100 acres this little haven represents the perfect place to retreat. With most of our days spent in wild, powerful, coastal places, it’s nice to have a king size bed to come home to!
We offer a few exclusive experiences to complement our walks
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