Woodbridge is best known for being a picturesque small town and a great place to stay and explore the Huon Valley and Bruny Island. The major highlight for the area is dine at the Peppermint Bay restaurant and Fleurty’s herb garden and restaurant or pick up supplies for a picnic from the providore and Grandvewe Sheep Cheesery. Rolling hills, winding roads and small farms surround the town. The area produces apples and stone fruit and nearby Peppermint Bay is well known for its Atlantic salmon farms. You can take a cruise from Hobart to Peppermint Bay. Visit Regnans art gallery and Woodbridge Hill Handweaving Studio and Gardens. The area provides easy access to Bruny Island by taking the ferry across the bay. Woodbridge is only a 35-minute drive south of Hobart and is a charming small town.
Bruny Island is best known for its historic lighthouse at Cape Bruny, towering dolerite seacliffs and surf beaches. The island is the size of Singapore but has a population of around 500 people. View beautiful wildflowers and birdlife including the short-tailed shearwaters, which come to the island to mate and breed from November to April. Explore Bruny on foot with many coastal works and tall forests to enjoy. Walk along a narrow gravel road from Lunawanna to Adventure Bay with stunning views to the southwest. Hike from Penguin Island to Fluted Cape and spot Bennetts wallabies, echidna and pademelons. Easy access to Bruny Island is provided from Hobart and the car ferry from Kettering. If a relaxing holiday adventure is what you are looking for, then choose the breathtaking Bruny Island.
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