Students and teachers from International Grammar School Sydney stayed Bruny Island Lodge for an art camp. Using inspiration from the natural surroundings, they worked together to create works of art.
This video shows how CAD technology is being used for the restoration of Te Rapunga.
In late 2013, BrunyIsland.au undertook a massive and rather unique weed eradication project. Our aim was to control the radiata pine infestation which was threatening to overrun the native bushland at our 900 acre 'Bruny Island Lodge' property on South Bruny.
Nestled in one of Australia's most popular National Parks and surrounded by its 4,400 acres of native forest, resides a mainland nature escape like no other.