A weekend spent at the small township of Adventure Bay on Bruny Island has made me realise again that we must be greatful for the beautiful part of the world we live in. Such amazing views into the glory that is nature!
Images From Adventure Bay on Bruny Island
We stayed two nights in Adventure Bay on Bruny Island and although we had a bit of rain, it was so good for the soul. It’s amazing how a short stay away from home, in such an amazing spot, can feel like a great holiday!
The following four images were taken on our way to Adventure Bay at the lookout at The Neck. Those who climb the steps to the lookout are rewarded with lovely views of Bruny Island and the thin piece of land connecting North and South Bruny. The 360-degree view is just breathtaking.
Stay and Play: Adventure Bay
We stayed in Adventure Bay in a one bedroom spa apartment. We also made the most of our time, and experienced some of the popular tourist attractions on the island. I love to photograph such wonderful places in Tassie, and I’m happy to share my images with Think Tasmania readers.
Like I said after my first visit to Adventure Bay on Bruny Island, this will not be my last!
Anelda Lötter is the owner of photography business: Anelda Lötter Photography. She moved from her native South Africa to make her home in Hobart. Anelda is passionate about capturing special memories for people and promises good, friendly service. Follow Anelda Lötter Photography on Facebook or phone 0459 192 091 to find out more.
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