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All reviews great view worth the climb both sides fairy penguins penguins coming well worth the effort wooden steps viewing platform penguin rookery climb the stairs board walk car park lookout point toilet facilities black swans great photo opportunity mutton birds
Everybody stops at The Neck while on Bruny Island, and it is well worth it. We walked up all 222 steps to the top for a phantastic view of water, sand beaches and sky. A must stop on your visit to Bruny Island
Joining north and south of Bruny The Neck is an Isthmus which permits scenic views whilst driving across. On the north side there is a car park and Lookout with stunning panoramic views and where at dusk penguins return to their burrows in the dunes.
Narrow isthmus where North and South Bruny Island met! Climb the 230 steps to the top for the stunning 360 degree views. Lots of landings on the way up if you need a rest. Toilets are pit toilets but are clean and well looked after!
234 steps to the top of this lookout and worth the climb for the amazing views you will get. Located on the skinniest part of Bruny Island you have to stop and take a look around. If you happen to be there at sunset look...More
We visited in September and it was a bit chilly and windy up the top, so a jacket wouldn’t go astray. The steps are pretty easy to climb and the view at the top is well worth it. (Don’t be shy, take the selfie stick...More
How often do you get to see a narrow neck of land between two parts of an island? You need to climb a long flight of stairs to see the strip of land between North and South Bruny Island. It also overlooks the boardwalk to...More
The neck is basically like peninsular where you can watch how the north and the south of the Bruny Island is connected.
I climbed up to the look up area with my infant in baby carrier. It’s and easy climb. You can stop over whenever...More
There are several camp areas on Bruny island we stayed at the camping are at the neck you register there and pay a small fee very basic no showers and long drop toilet you can have a fore I think rather handyifyou want... More
There are several camp areas on Bruny island we stayed at the camping are at the neck you register there and pay a small fee very basic no showers and long drop toilet you can have a fore I think rather handyifyou want to observe fairy penguins and mutton birds as you have to go after dark to do this we spent 2 days in a camper on Bruny loved it's!
Look at the rental agreement - some companies require prior approval to take a rental car on an island. With some companies inexplicably the car is not insured whilst on the car ferry getting there but OK on the Bruny Is.