Located near Hobart at the southern tip of Tasmania, Bruny Island is the perfect eco getaway for Tasmanian travellers. Attached to the mainland of Tasmania by a thin slice of highway, Bruny Island tours are a must for anyone visiting this beautiful area. Accommodation on Bruny Island offers visitors budget to luxury options, from holiday houses to hotels, B&B's and everything in between. For an unforgettable Bruny Island adventure, book your accommodation at one of Tasmania's favourite islands. You won't find better value for money when you book Bruny Island accommodation online with us.
King Island boasts beautiful beaches, rocky coastline and excellent produce, King Island is a stunning Tasmanian destination. The main township of Currie is home to the main harbour of the island, most of the island's facilities and is close to the airport. King Island is perhaps best known for its dairy produce, although kelp and crayfish are also valuable exports.
Explore the Shipwreck Trail, along the rugged coastlines that have claimed numerous ships and lives, ask the locals about the island's best surf spots, view the island's lighthouses, penguins, historical museum, wind farm and calcified forest. King Island has plenty of accommodation options scattered around the Island.
Flinders and its 51 surrounding islands are all that remain of the land bridge that once connected Tasmania to mainland Australia. The three main population centres on Flinders Island are Whitemark, the main business and residential centre, Lady Barron and Killiecrankie. Flinders Island is a network of approximately 450km of sealed and unsealed roads, all suitable for 2WD vehicles. From these roads you can access the major townships, many lookouts and beaches.
Flinders Island has a thriving rural community that produces sheep and wool, cattle, milk-fed lambs, crayfish, abalone, poppies, cauliflower seed and Cape Barren geese. Accommodation on Flinders Island is available in all major townships.