Places to see at Bruny Island

Places to see

Sunset Bay Escape is true luxury Bruny Island accommodation. It is a place where you can do as little or as much as you like. Here are a few of the local attractions you can see when you visit.

Sunset Bay Escape front
Bruny Island Beach


  • Cloudy Bay
    Come and enjoy the changing moods of one of the most beautiful beaches in Tasmania. Watch the huge swells that regularly roll in from the southern ocean. It is a very popular beach with surfers. Great sand dunes and miles of unbroken sand.
  • Sunset Bay, Alonnah
    Located at the southern end of Alonnah, Sunset Bay boasts the best sunsets on the Island. Popular for kayaking, fishing and swimming. Child friendly and great for romantic sunset walks.
  • Adventure Bay
    A large eastern facing bay first sighted by Abel Tasman in 1642. Safe swimming beach. Lovely outlook.
  • Dennes Point and Killora
    Sheltered beaches at the Northern tip of Bruny Island.

Cape Bruny Lighthouse

It is located on the south western edge of the cape on South Bruny. The views are spectacular and the history is very interesting. For more information please visit Lighthouses of Australia.

Cape Bruny Lighthouse
Bruny Island National Park

South Bruny National Park

For more information on the Bruny Island National Park, flora and fauna, plant and bird checklists, information on fairy penguins, quolls, echnidas and seals please go to the National Parks website.

Plenty of things to do

If you’d like to do more when you visit Bruny Island, there’s plenty of things to do. Have a look at some of our suggestions here.

Cruise at Bruny Island

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