Located at 1005 Adventure Bay Road, Adventure Bay, the contemporary Bruny Island Cruises Visitor Centre includes a reception and retail precinct alongside our Seafood Restaurant and Cafe.
Guests can book and check in to their Bruny Island Cruises adventure with our friendly reception staff. You might even be tempted to book our other Pennicott Wilderness Journeys as well.
Hours of Operation: 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week
Phone: (03) 6293 1465
The Visitor Centre also houses a retail precinct with a range of local goodies, clothing, books and artisan giftware that provide the perfect souvenir of your Bruny Island visit.
We work with quality Tasmanian and local suppliers including: Annie's Soaps, Art from Glass, Art of Tea, Avalon Art, Beauty and the Bees, Bruny Island Books, Bruny Island Chocolate Factory, Bruny Island Cider, Bruny Island District School, Bruny Island Premium Wines, Divine Addictions, Ellie's Gourmet Confectionary, Franks Cider, Herbae Thylacine, House of Fudge, Joanna's Jams, Knocklofty Distillery, Linni, Made in Tasmania, McHenry Distillery, Milliere Honey, More than Skin Deep, Port Arthur Lavender Farm, Perigord Truffles, Pure and Purple Garlic, Rhuby Delights, Seeds of Tasmania, Smitten Tasmanian, Sweet As, Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company, Tasmanian Liqueurs, Tasman Sea Salt, Tassie Soapshed, Tastex, Trout and Galoshes, Tasmanian Gingerbread, Tassie Timber Things, Topology Design.
We can also ship items within Australia and overseas - please contact us to arrange.
Wow of an Entrance
Visitors to Bruny Island Cruises are greeted by a sculpture designed and built by Tasmanian artist Peter Ingham Jones. Located within an impressive architecturally designed, spiral staircase of Tasmanian Oak, the artwork is a Huon Pine crafted whaleboat entwined with a whale rib created from local driftwood and brass.
With whaling a thing of the past in Australia, the sculpture represents a decomposing whale boat. The impressive 5 metre boat is to scale but two metres smaller than a full size boat.
For those not keen to climb the beautiful stairs, we do boast Australia's southernmost lift to ensure ease of access.
We don't like toilet queues and have plenty of restroom facilities including ambulant and accessible facilities.