Bruny Island is home to all of Tasmania’s 12 endemic bird species, wallabies, quolls, echidnas, and many unique plants.MORE INFO
Set in a quiet corner of the North of Bruny Island with direct waterfront access on a nine-acre bush setting. You’ll have the wrens hopping about your deck with wallabies, quolls and echidnas keeping you company as you sip wine in the solitude of Quarantine Bay, a short drive to some of the Island’s most popular attractions and the ferry. MORE INFO
Enjoy a 20-minute ferry trip across the D’Entrecasteaux Channel with wonderful views across to Roberts Point on North Bruny Island looking out for dolphins, seals or even humpback whales on the way.
Access the quiet shoreline of Quarantine Bay to relax, swim, kayak or paddle in the shallow waters, grab some oysters from the shoreline, look for crabs in the rock pools and admire the yachts in the harbour.
Make up and take your very own ‘Bruny Hamper’ loaded with seasonal produce. Enjoy your complimentary bottle of wine, admire the sunset from your spacious pod-deck or wander down and soak up the peaceful surrounds of the waterfront.
Our two beautiful pods comfortably sleep two adults and can fit an extra adult or two children in – each pod complete with kitchenette and deck chairs to appreciate the tranquility of Quarantine Bay.