MUSEUM, ARTS & CRAFTS
Visit the local museum, arts and crafts, and learn the history of Aboriginal people and the explorers. Visit Lumeah Gallery and The Bligh Museum Of Pacific Exploration situated in Adventure Bay and local home crafted ceramic in Great Bay, Bruny Island.
THE HISTORY ROOM
The History Room is a great place to know about Bruny Island history, see displays of old items such as unique bottles, transport displays, photos of old ferries, family trees and photos of the family. The Bruny Island history has some records dating back to the early 1800’s.
Open from Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Located at Alonnah, Bruny Island, Tasmania, 7150, Main Rd.
THE BLIGH MUSEUM OF PACIFIC EXPLORATION
Located in Adventure Bay road, the museum displaying historic maps, books, documents, paintings and drawing and other artifacts relating to the landings at Adventure Bay by famous Abel Tasman over James Cook and William Bligh as well as the French explorers and scientists D’Entrecasteaux, Flinders, Baudin and many more explorers. Opening hours: daily 10 am to 4 pm except Christmas day and good Friday or by arrangement.
Worth to pay small admission. Phone: 03 6293 1117.
NICKERS & CLAY
Show and sell ceramic wares from cups, bowls and more.
Located at Great Bay main Road.
Phone: 0428 606 255 | IG @nickersandclay
The Makers & Produce Markets are usually open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. A place where locals and visitors can find Bruny Island artisan arts and crafts, fresh baked bread and pastries, sustainable eco-products, fresh flowers, plants, buskers, breakfast or lunch food, and more. Check out their latest update here @lunawannamarket
Located at Lunawanna Hall Public Toilets, Lunawanna TAS 7150, Australia