Come with me to Bruny Island. I hope you’re feeling fit, because we’ll be climbing these stairs every day.
Hideous, I know. But, I promise it will be worth it. Look at the view:
A much nicer view from this angle, right? After all that exercise! *phew*
Bruny Island has a long, thin neck connecting two bodies of land – isn’t it stunning?
We can take nice photos together like this one.
We can stay and watch the sunset from here too.
The barge over was nice.
Finally a reasonably priced barge for caravans! A far better price than that they charge for Kangaroo Island or across from the Yorke Peninsula to the Eyre Peninsula, in South Australia. I suppose it is quite a short distance in comparison. Bookings aren’t required, the ferry goes often through the day and it only takes about 20 minutes to cross.
There is so much more of Bruny that I want to show you – including, most importantly, the delicious food! I’ll post more on this fabulous location shortly. I think, of all the places in the world I’ve been, Bruny Island is one of my favourite destinations.
What do you think of Bruny so far?1 Did you like this?