Hostel | 31 William Carte Drive, Bruny Island, Australia 7150
- Car Parking
- Self-catering Facilities
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- 24 hour hot showers
- Washing machines
- Reception (limited hours)
- BBQ area
- Common area / room
- Communal kitchen
- Outside area
- Television room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 11:00
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About Alonnah Retreat
Guests can relax in our recreation room; complete with comfy sofas, TV and DVD library, or catch up with friends and family over the internet. Wi-fi access is also available throughout the property (additional charge may apply).
We have a small communal kitchen, where guests can make themselves a hearty meal or quick snack, we also have BBQ facilities and outdoor cooking and dining areas.
Trips and tours can also be Booked at our reception, so don't be afraid to ask.'
Alonnah Retreat has accommodation for 10 people. We have 2 dorm type Bedrooms with 4 beds in each. These rooms can sleep 5 people and can be booked as shared/backpacker or family/ private. The rooms have one double bed and four singles. Heaters in all the bedrooms, spare pillows and blankets.
Bed sheets and linen are provided. There are 2 separate bathrooms and toilets, towels are provided and there is heating in the bathrooms.
31 William Carte Drive
Is situated in the town of Alonnah on Bruny Island. William Carte drive is just before the Pub as you go through town, we are 5 minutes walk from a family friendly beach, a short walk to the Pub, where their Restaurant serves some of the best meals we have eaten in Australia!
Alonnah has the town centre with P.Office, Library, and History Room.
Bruny Island is off the South East Coast of Tasmania and has a population of around 600 and is a little known paradise. To access the Island, drive to Kettering, about 35 minutes from Hobart.
There is a vehicular ferry can take you across the D’Entrecasteaux Channel to the Island. Bruny has a narrow Isthmus joining the North and South of the Island called the Neck, which is home for a colony of Fairy Penguins whose babies can be seen in the summer months. The Island has one main Road which joins the towns together and divides into two on the South Island, one branch leading to Alonnah, the other leading to Adventure Bay, the landing place of Captain Cook when he was looking for water.
The Island is scattered with pristine beaches, National Parks, walks and wildlife. There is a historic Lighthouse and towering cliffs along the coastline to be seen. Walks, including the coastal track to Penguin Island from Adventure Bay, beach walks at Cloudy Bay offer the chance of spotting Whale, Dolphins, Seals and albatross amongst other wildlife.