From the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service Facebook page (11/12/2018): Bruny Island tourism icon, The Neck, has reopened following a major redevelopment and improvement to the visitor facilities at the popular site. The new walkway and platforms provide improved access and bird viewing opportunities for mobility-impaired visitors and families with prams. The staircase to the Truganini Lookout has also been re-built, to better preserve access to this much-loved site. These upgrades will ensure locals and visitors can continue to enjoy one of Bruny Island’s key attractions while better protecting the site’s active short-tailed shearwater and little penguin colony. The Parks and Wildlife Service worked closely with BirdLife Tasmania and local contractors Mountain Trails and Cordwell Built to minimise disturbance to native wildlife throughout the construction process.
From the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service website: Located only 40 km from Hobart, Bruny Island is one of Tasmania’s most popular islands. The game reserve camp ground and day use area is only 20 metres from the beautiful Neck Beach. The campground is flat and has many accessible sites, as well as accessible toilets. There are also sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables adjacent to the carpark. There is further information on the TPWS Disabled Access - Table of Locations page"
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