Explore the European historical heritage of Bruny Island's Quarantine Station
Explore the European historical heritage of Bruny Island's Quarantine Station. The Heritage Interpretive self guided walk enhances any visit to this beautiful 128 hectare peninsula with the varied history of the site well explained and directional signs in place.
The whole walk takes about 2 hours unless of course you are delayed by photographing the wild flowers, including orchids, or bird watching or just enjoying the environment. A one hour option excludes the graves and oven, or you can just enjoy a short stroll and make use of our picnic tables and BBQ’s.
Open Thursday to Monday (10 am - 4 pm), the Station includes an extensive history and information collection in its visitor centre, heritage buildings, birds and other flora and fauna, and delightful nature walks. On site ‘voluntary caretakers’ welcome visitors and help maintain the state reserve.
Please note it is a Park Reserve and dogs are not allowed.
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