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Adventure Bay

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Adventure Bay was first sighted by Abel Tasman in 1642. Captain Tobias Furneaux following Tasman’s charts took shelter here in 1773 naming the bay after his vessel "The Adventure". Captain James Cook landed in Adventure Bay in 1777 and Captain William Bligh visited in 1778, 1792 and 1808. William Bligh planted Tasmania’s first apple tree in Adventure Bay in 1778. Once the site of many whaling stations and timber mills, Adventure Bay is now a quiet haven for fishermen and holiday makers, although Forestry continues in Adventure Bay.


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43 degrees Beachside Spa Suite Apartments (4)

$240 per night For bookings and Enquires please email info@brunyisland.net.au

$240.00 per night

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43 degrees Beachside Spa Suite Apartments (5)

$240 per night For bookings and enquiries pleas email info@brunyisland.net.au

$240.00 per night

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43 degrees Beachside Studio Spa Apartments (1)

$190 per night For bookings and enquiries please email info@brunyisland.net.au

$190 per night

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43 degrees Beachside Studio Spa Apartments (2)

$190 per night For bookings and enquiries please email info@brunyisland.net.au

$190 per night

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43 Degrees Beachside Studio Spa Apartments (3)

$190 per night For bookings and enquiries please email info@brunyisland.net.au

$190 per night

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Sanctuary Bruny Island Suite 1

$290 per night For bookings and enquiries please email info@brunyisland.net.au

$290 per night

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Sanctuary Bruny Island Suite 2

$290 per night for bookings and Enquires please email info@brunyisland.net.au

$290 per night

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