Tasmania Day 6: Bruny Island

We said bye to Ratho Farm and drove to Kettering to catch the ferry to Bruny Island. Our first stop was Get Shucked where I promptly devoured 17 ridiculously fresh and delicious oysters (Adrian stole one). We then made our way to Bruny Island Cheese Company and bought some of their awesome cheeses. The Raw Milk C2 and Otto are to die for.

After a very windy climb up to the viewing platform at The Neck where we had a great view of the isthmus of land connecting north and south Bruny Island, we took a rather long drive to Cape Bruny Lighthouse, the second oldest lighthouse in Australia.

Our last stop for the day was Captain Cook Holiday Park for our final night in the camper van. We walked along the beach and then Adrian cooked up some steak, potatoes and carrots for our dinner.

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