The Captain James Cook Caravan Park (Bruny Island Caravan Park) provides holiday accommodation on Bruny Island, off Tasmania’s south coast. The Bruny Island caravan park is located on the east coast of the Island in Adventure Bay. The Captain James Cook Caravan Park offers a range of accommodation options including self-contained cabins and onsite caravans. There is 1 cabin with wheelchair access and facilities for guests with a disability. Some caravans also have units attached. There are powered camping sites, with water, suitable for campervans, tents and campervans are also available. Bruny Island is accessed by a 15-minute trip on a car ferry that leaves from the town of Kettering; located 40 minutes drive - 34 kilometres south of Hobart, the capital city of Tasmania. Bruny Island has a growing reputation as a destination of choice for those wanting to get away from it all and discover spectacular scenery, sun-drenched beaches, and abundant wildlife right across the Island from the Northern beachside village of Dennes Point to the Cape Bruny Lighthouse at South Bruny. Bruny Island also has a growing reputation for its gourmet produce and award-winning Eco Boat Cruises. Bruny Island is reached via a 15-minute ferry crossing from Kettering. 6 fully self-contained 2-bedroom cabins with ensuites 1 cabin with disabled facilities 4 fully self-contained 1-bedroom cabins 4 vans for hire 20 powered sites suit campervans, motorhomes 10 camping, tent sites. The Captain James Cook Memorial Park has direct access to Adventure Bay Beach which was visited by explorer Captain James Cook in his ship H.M.S Resolution in 1777. At Adventure Bay you can swim, have a picnic or take the walking tracks into South Bruny National Park. The award-winning Bruny Eco Boat Cruise departure point is an easy 1km walk from Bruny Island Cabin Park. A further 1/2 km will bring you to the start of South Bruny National Park with many scenic walking tracks. The well-stocked Adventure Bay Store is a stone's throw away as is the Bruny Bowls Club with their popular Friday night meals.
Fires are allowed at campsites if off the ground and in a firepot. The park has some pots available, please ask at reception, or bring your own. Fires are not allowed when there is a total fire ban or when the park operators deem the weather to be a risk, ie, too hot or windy. Dogs are allowed at your own tent site, caravan, campervan, or motor home but they must be on a short lead at all times and not left unattended. Dogs that bark constantly will not be tolerated.