A Wooden Bench Overlooking A Body Of Water

Accommodation Near Bruny Island

Enjoy a day out on Bruny Island with modern accommodation just minutes away

If you’re looking for a little more adventure on your trip to Hobart, then be sure to check out Bruny Island. The best way to get there is via The Bruny Island Ferry, which offers a daily service out to the island departing from Kettering, just a 30 minute drive from Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart.

Visiting Bruny Island is the perfect way to leave the city behind for the day. As you step onto the island’s beautiful sandy beaches, you’ll swear you’re a world away from the bustling city streets of Hobart’s CBD where 24/7 room service, complimentary Wi-Fi, and your comfortable accommodation awaits.

Learn more about Bruny Island

A popular destination for tourists and locals alike, Bruny Island is well known for its great beaches, rugged coastline, and array of local species including birds, dolphins, and seals. So whether you’re a sightseer or a foodie, this island home away from home is the perfect place for all comers!

It’s the perfect place for foodies...

Get Shucked Oyster Bar

Are you a fan of Oysters? Look no further than “Get Shucked Oyster Bar”, a famous stop for foodies and adventurers alike. Locally owned and operated, all their oysters are sustainably sourced from the ocean surrounding Bruny Island.

...and a great spot for adventurers, too

The Neck

Enjoy 360-degree views from the famous viewpoint “The Neck”. Bruny Island is actually two islands connected by a long strip of coast, with beaches on both sides and views to the other island. It’s a truly stunning lookout that offers one of the most picturesque and famous viewpoints on the island.

When visiting the neck, make sure to keep an eye out for penguins on the eastern beach. These little creatures call this stretch of sand home on Bruny Island.

Cape Bruny Lighthouse

A trip to Bruny Island isn’t complete without a visit to the famous Cape Bruny Lighthouse. Located in Cape Bruny, it is the only lighthouse in South Tasmania open for tours. The lighthouse was built in 1836 and first lit in 1838.

Pennicott Wilderness Half Day Tours

See the rugged coastline, impressive rock formations, and local wildlife - all from the water - when you book a tour with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys. The booking centre is conveniently located just a 5 minute walk across the road from Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart.

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Photo Via:  Jess Bonde