About Bruny Island

Neck Beach

Neck Beach at Sunrise

Bruny Island is separated from 'mainland' Tasmania by a body of water called the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Bruny Island is not so much one island but two - North Bruny and South Bruny, which are connected by a narrow neck of land, called (surprisingly!) 'The Neck'. To get here, a daily ferry service runs from Kettering (approx. 30km south of Hobart).
Even with its relative isolation, Bruny Island is home to approximately 600 permanent residents, but the population can reach up to 2,000 people in summer, as Bruny Island is a popular tourist destination.

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