Nice views if you dare climb the many steps. We didn't see any penguins this time. It's easy to find. Easy to park.
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Went to check out the Neck lookout the other night but found it and boardwalk with access to the penguin rookery was closed until Christmas 2017 as they are upgrading the road and parking. We did however, park at the campground at the southern end...More
This is an unusual area and experience as there are many steps up to the top of the viewpoint but when you get there you will see that the views are magnificent and well worth the effort taken to get there Do try the numerous...More
Well worth a trip just for the view. Easy to park up by the side of the road and climb a few steps so doesn't require a big investment of time but the views are amazing. It's just a shame our trip didn't coincide with...More
Although it took a little longer than I would have liked to get up the steps since it was a little crowded the views from the top were stunning on all sides! Definatly worth the work out!
Each time I am in Bruny I like to challenge my stamina by stepping up the many steps to the top, The view is excellent. But this time I felt the pinch.
A rather long climb up but the view was worth it. The Tasman Sea on the left, and D'Entrecasteaux Channel on the right. Could have stayed up there for hours.
Great views! But if you're unfortunate enough to visit around 15mins after the ferry has landed on Bruny, its often ruined by trying to share the tight lookout space with 50 other tourists looking to share in the views also!
What a way to showcase such a wobderful part of Bruny... a real appreciation for the channel side and the open ocean side of Bruny, a very uneffected place.