Passing through the threshold of Lenna of Hobart, you will realise that this is a unique hotel unlike any other. This hotel landmark puts you right on the doorstep of Hobart’s vibrant waterfront. There is so much to see and experience in this cultural city, it is hard deciding what to do first.
If you are looking for accommodation that offers unsurpassed luxury, then Lenna of Hobart is for you. There are plenty of options at our hotel, but if you are looking for luxury, look no further than a penthouse apartment with a view of Salamanca Place or Hobart’s picturesque waterfront.
A stay at Lenna of Hobart is not complete without a trip to Hobarts renowned Bruny Island. With ferries departing daily from Kettering, Bruny Island is an experience that you will cherish.
Rugged surfaces, rolling green pastures, eucalypts and spectacular coastline make up much of the breathtaking scenery on Bruny Island. Bruny Island is Tasmania’s premier island destination, popular for a day trip or a relaxing holiday getaway! This hidden gem off the coast of Hobart is a popular destination visited by thousands of travellers every year! Bruny Island feels remote and rugged with long stretches of rocky coastline and beaches. Its contrasting scenery coupled with it’s arctic wildlife and impressive array of locally harvested food make Bruny Island an experience to savour.
A bit about Bruny Island…..
- Roughly 100km long, it is made up of a North and South Island separated by a narrow isthmus known as The Neck
- The weather on Bruny Island can change in an instant. It can be sunny one minute and pouring with rain the next! Bring wet weather gear when you visit!
- Bruny Island offers a range of accommodation options from camping to self contained cottages.
Things you must do while you’re on Bruny Island…
- Explore the beaches.
Be amazed at the colours of the ocean here on Bruny Island. Feel the salty sea breeze through your hair at the southernmost point of Australia. One of the most scenic parts of the whole island is The Neck, where you can climb the wooden steps up to a viewpoint and be spoilt with spectacular views of the ocean and coastline. You may be lucky enough to see some penguins or an albatross from up here!
- Visit Cape Bruny Lighthouse
Meander along a scenic drive from The Neck until you reach the southern most point of the island. Here you will find the Cape Bruny Lighthouse standing all alone on the windswept coastline. This is a beautiful part of Bruny Island and well worth a visit.
- Sample some of the delicious local produce!
Bruny Island is well known for its mouth watering local food, wine and whiskey! Dine on fresh oysters, pungent cheeses and fresh berries or visit one of the many vineyards or whiskey distilleries. If you like oysters, visit Get Shucked Oyster Bar, or if you prefer eating cheese and drinking cider, take a trip to Bruny Island Cheese Company. If you still have room for more, try some fudge at Bruny Island Providore or eat fresh berries at Bruny Island Berry Farm.
- Take a wilderness safari
A wilderness safari is one of the best ways to see the unique wildlife that inhabits Bruny Island. Pennicott Journey’s Wilderness Safari is a great way to see many species such as New Zealand Fur Seal, Southern Elephant Seal, Leatherback Turtle, Spotted Handfish and Migration Whales.
After a day of exploring beautiful Bruny Island, you can return to the comfort of your hotel at Lenna Of Hobart. Whether you are staying in a suite, a penthouse apartment or a hotel room, you will not regret booking your holiday with Lenna of Hobart. Contact us to make a booking or to enquire on 1800 030 633 or firstname.lastname@example.org