Hobart Bruny Island Cruises

While on a Bruny Island boat tour, you should also keep an eye out for local wildlife such as dolphins, migrating whales, and if you’re really lucky, even penguins! 

The island off an island, off another island – Bruny Island is easily accessible as a quick day trip from Hobart, making it a popular destination for anyone looking for a change of scenery. A land that is unexplored for many locals, the ideal way to experience its natural beauty and wildlife is to hop on one of the Bruny Island cruises in Tasmania.
These Bruny Island cruises let you take in the surreal landscapes of the region from an on-water vantage point. You can choose from a wilderness cruise or the full-day tour departing either from Hobart or Kettering, which adds ferry and bus rides into the mix. 

Here, the wild rugged coastline has given birth to spectacular inlets and bays which you can see up close on any of the Bruny Island tours. The surreal ‘Breathing Rock’ is an elusive cave that blows air out of it when interacted with sea waves. You’ll also pass by deep sea caves, through a narrow gap between the coast and ‘The Monument’ and beneath towering crags. 

So, don your jackets and sunnies, get ready to explore one of Tasmania’s best natural gems! Book a Bruny Island tour today!

3Hr Pennicott Bruny Island Wilderness Cruise

LIMITED PERIOD OFFER! Join an award-winning wilderness cruise to discover towering sea cliffs, deep sea caves, the Breathing Rock and Bruny Island on an eco-friendly boat.

Duration 3hr

From $170 $185

10Hr Pennicott Bruny Island Tour From Hobart

A hassle-free full-day tour departing Hobart – enjoy a guided bus ride, a scenic ferry crossing, and a Bruny Island wilderness cruise with tea & lunch.

Duration 10hr

From $255 $275

8Hr Pennicott Bruny Island Tour From Kettering

A convenient full-day tour with pick-up at Kettering. Guided bus ride, scenic ferry crossing, and a Bruny Island wilderness cruise with tea & lunch

Duration 8hr

From $190

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