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Outdoor activities, fishing and relaxing are your reasons for coming to Bruny Island, off Tasmania’s south-east coast. Two north and south islands joined by a long narrow isthmus, Bruny is a favorite destination for weekending Hobart residents ... 

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Great Southern Ocean off Bruny Island, Tasmania

October 2011

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Great Southern Ocean off Bruny Island, Tasmania: one of the many unspoilt rock formations

Taken from Bruny Island Wilderness Coast Tour

December 2010

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Australia

Taken from Bruny Island Wilderness Coast Tour

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Seal Colony

February 2014

David @ Friars Rocks Bruny Island

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Male fur seals sparing on the rocks off the coast of South Bruny Island

October 2013

It was amazing to be able to get up front and personal with the seals without them worrying about the boat.

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Bruny Island Blowhole

September 2013

The wild cliffs of Bruny.

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Gathering of cold Front

March 2012

Cold front forcing through at the Great Southern ocean

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Dolomite Rocks

March 2012

Formation of Dolomite rock along the east coast of Bruny Island

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Bruny Island Wilderness Coast, Tasmania

October 2011

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Australian fur seal bulls off Bruny Island, Tasmania

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March 2011

Views from the cafe

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March 2011

Lunch

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March 2011

Local Wildlife!

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