This video shows the journey of the Te Rapunga from a suburban back yard in Auckand, New Zealand to the Denman Marine restoration yard in Hobart, Tasmania.
Bruny Island Coastal Retreats, along with Nature Pact, are pleased to announce a partnership with the Bruny Island Foundation for the Arts.
Following the coastline of Bruny Island, you might chance upon a rock formation that bears a striking resemblance to one of the great explorers in history.
The Tasmanian Azure Kingfisher is endangered and endemic to Tasmania, and very rarely seen on Bruny Island.
Weed invasion is one of the largest threats against ecosystems all around the world; and unfortunately, BrunyIsland.au is not immune to this threat.