Bruny Island is the perfect place for the nature photographer with its entrancing natural landscapes, pristine beaches, and clear waters. Bird photographers can try their luck finding the rare Forty-spotted Pardalote and the extremely colourful Swift Parrot, two endangered species that can be found on Bruny Island. Bruny Island also has an abundant array of native Australian wildlife, including wallabies, penguins, quolls, echidnas, and the ever popular white wallaby which is unique to Bruny Island.
Bruny Island is also a great place for astrophotography, far away from city lights, allowing you to capture crystal clear Milky Way images. Bruny Island is also far enough south that the southern Aurora is regularly visible.
Here are a selection of spectacular high resolution photos taken around Bruny Island.