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Bruny Island – 6 – Alonnah

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November 28, 2019
Above : Looking along the beach and across the D’Entrecasteaux Channel to “mainland” Tasmania

Leaving Jetty Beach we opted to stop for the night at the Bruny Hotel at Alonnah who offer self contained camping for $5/night (an extra $5 if you want access to the dedicated campers toilets).
Alonnah has Bruny’s only Hotel, a small store, Police Station, Post Offcie and Pharmacy.

The Camping area is alongside/behind the hotel with room for quite a few campers in the busy season, at present it’s still reasonably quiet.
Across from the hotel is direct access to the beach on Sunset bay, looking out here to Satellite island. The property of a gourmet salmon farmer the island has accommodation for up to eight people on an exclusive basis, images below include the boat used to ferry the guests and the jetty area. Other images are the beach and jetty/marina area.


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