Bruny Island

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Isolated by a 50km isthmus called The Neck, this Tasmanian island covering 362km² is a tranquil sanctuary for fauna and flora. It is even home to some white wallabies, which can be seen in South Bruny National Park. In summer, fairy penguins populate the beaches of the isthmus. Close to Adventure Bay, a pleasant hike to the Fluted Cape will take you up high enough for you to admire the dolerite cliffs on the southern part of the island.

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