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Bruny Island is 37kms south of Hobart and is access via a 15-minute car ferry ride from Kettering. Bruny Island is a deceptively large island approximately 100km long, comprising almost two distinct islands joined by a narrow strip of sand called 'The Neck'. North Bruny is open pasture that is lightly wooded, whilst South Bruny is hilly, heavily timbered and dominated by Mount Mangana. At The Neck is a lookout that gives sweeping views across both the River Derwent. During the nesting seasons the lookout is an excellent spot to view the Fairy Penguins and Muttonbirds returning to their burrows at dusk. At the far south of Bruny Island is Cape Bruny with its historic lighthouse overlooking the sheer cliffs and stormy seas of the Southern Ocean. Bruny Island has a proud maritime heritage with Bligh Museum, a tree reputedly planted by Captain Cook and a beautiful beach at Adventure Bay.