Located off the southeast shore of Tasmania, Bruny is a popular day-trip destination for those visiting Australia’s largest island. The narrow isthmus that connects North Bruny to South Bruny is the island’s standout natural feature. Midway along the thin stretch of land nicknamed the “Neck” are the Trugani steps, a steep wooden stairway that leads up a memorial to the island’s original inhabitants. Climbing the 279 steps rewards you with amazing panoramic views. Soaring dolerite cliffs and rock formations add drama to the beaches facing the Tasman Sea while the sheltered channel side of the island offers numerous opportunities for boating and fishing.