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Meet the Bruny Island Baker, whose mouthwatering loaves of freshly baked bread have become a culinary sensation on the island.
With a humble roadside stall made from two old fridges, and a wood-fired oven that produces tantalizing aromas, the Bruny Island Baker has created an attraction that embodies the island’s charm and delights the taste buds of all who visit.
The Bruny Island Baker has a passion for the art of bread-making that runs deep. With a family history deeply rooted in baking, Tom has carried on the tradition and brought it to the shores of Bruny Island.
Every morning, he fires up his wood-fired oven, crafted with love and precision, to create truly exceptional loaves.
The use of a wood-fired oven is a vital element that sets the Bruny Island Baker apart. This traditional method infuses the bread with a distinct smoky flavor and a rustic, crispy crust that elevates each loaf to new heights. Tom carefully selects the finest ingredients, including locally sourced flour and organic grains, ensuring that each bite is a testament to his dedication to quality and craftsmanship.
As you traverse Bruny Island, watch for the unassuming roadside stall on the corner of Sheepwash Road that houses the Bruny Island Baker’s creations.
Two old fridges transformed into a charming display, proudly showcasing an assortment of freshly baked bread. The simplicity of the stall reflects the authenticity of Tom’s approach, emphasizing the true star of the show—the bread.
Bruny Island is not just a place of natural beauty, it is also a foodie haven.
Read our Gourmet Foodie Guide to Bruny Island.
The isthmus of land connecting the north and south of Bruny is spectacular. Climb the steps to Truganini Lookout and enjoy breathtaking 360-degree views of the landscape.
The Neck Game Reserve is an important habitat for wildlife—at dusk, wait on the viewing platforms and watch little penguins and short-tailed shearwaters return to their burrows (best viewed September to February).