Savour a delicious al fresco morning tea and a cellar door lunch of specialty local produce including Bruny Island Cheese, oysters, salmon, wine, bread and berries - all grown, made or harvested on Bruny.
At The Neck, see the narrow isthmus stretch away south in graceful curves. Enjoy short walks in the South Bruny National Park and see white wallabies, native wildlife and birds in their natural habitat.
Hear the stories of the people who have shaped Bruny Island, from the whalers who used to camp at Adventure Bay, to the lighthouse keepers and their families who braved difficult conditions to keep the light burning at Cape Bruny.
The climax of the day is the rare opportunity, exclusively for our guests, to climb the spiral staircase inside the historic Cape Bruny Lighthouse and enjoy the magnificent panorama from the balcony.
Guests travel in small groups of up to 10, led by a local guide.
Bruny Island is a foodie haven. During the day, you'll meet some of Bruny Island's food and wine producers - people who put their skill, energy and spirit into their artisan Bruny Island products. The highlight of your tasting journey is a gourmet lunch at Australia's southern-most vineyard featuring produce from: