I am delighted to announce that the Bruny Island Foundation for the Arts, in partnership with Parks and Wildlife Services, will offer a funded artist residency at Cape Bruny in 2018. Expressions of interest are now invited. Applications close March 26. Further details https://www.brunyislandfoundation.com/capebrunyresidency #artistinresidence#brunyisland#capebruny#southerntasmania
Chocolate, cheese and breathtaking views at Bruny #tasmania
A pretty special sunset from Cape Bruny lighthouse, on South Bruny Island, thanks to @oceanspiritgirl 🌅
Following a series of mishaps and shipwrecks south of Bruny Island, including the catastrophic wreck of the convict transport, George III, in 1835, Governor George Arthur agreed to erect a lighthouse to guide vessels past Bruny Island.
When first lit in March 1838 Cape Bruny was Tasmania’s third lighthouse, and Australia’s fourth. It is now the country’s second oldest and longest continually staffed extant lighthouse.
Put Cape Bruny on your "must visit" list as you can also take in the magnificent views of the coatlines and even see Maatsuyker Island on a clear day. The drive to Cape Bruny from Alonnah is also something to remember with beautiful landscapes around every corner 🌿🌲 #tasmania#tassie#tassiepics#instatassie#instatasmania#tasmaniagram#australia#capebruny#capebrunylighthouse#lighthouse#brunyisland
The edge of the world, where the wild things are! Discover the raw beauty of Cape Bruny, from towering sea cliffs to delicate flowers. Visit the historic lighthouse and imagine life as a 19th century keeper. Thanks @aprilelsewhere for sharing this enchanting capture with #SouthernTroveTasmania. 🌿🌊
Bruny Island Lighthouse - breathtaking scenery, rich in history and I met my future husband. Tasmania you're a cold son of a bitch, but your history, food, wine and fireplaces are enough for me to entertain the idea of returning to study and make you my home for a while. #capebruny#brunylighthouse#hemadedadjokesandisalefty