Cloudy Bay

A beautiful wide bay with safe swimming, boating and fishing

Distance: 

130km

Time: 

2 days

Terrain: 

Hard

Experience: 

Hard

Historic Setting.  Amazing Views

Medium to hard, sections of sealed and dirt roads, visiting Cloudy Bay is a minimum 120km return trip, unless you’re an experienced cyclist we recommend the use of eBikes and to do the ride over a few days or have us assist you. Cloudy Bay is spectacular, the Southern Ocean rolls in and pounds the beach, a wonderland for exploring or a perfect place for being ‘away from everything’. Incorporate a round trip taking in The Neck, Alonnah and Adventure Bay over 3 or 4 or more nights.

*Food available on route.

Tour Highlights

Maybe the most beautiful and wild bay that is accessible on the island, on the ride to Cloudy you will pass several eateries, accommodation and the vineyard.

History of the Area

Cloudy Bay is located at the southernmost end of Bruny Island in the Australian state of Tasmania. Shore-based whaling stations operated in the bay in the 1830s.[1] Home to a vast range of native Australian wild life, Cloudy Bay is a hidden and quiet paradise nestled inside the South Bruny National Park. The bay consists of a 5 kilometre long beach which, at one end, offers waves which are suitable only for experienced surfers and, at the other, a peaceful camping location complete with toilet facilities.

Services: 

message1Public Toilets

Camping

Accomodation

Picnic Grounds

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