Barnes Bay is a bay on the inward side of the island and provides safe harbourage for fishing vessels.
Dennis Point is on the northern tip of North Bruny Island and the mainland is only a few kilometres away.
On the eastern side of North Bruny Island and with a magnificent view over the entrance to the Derwent River and the numerous bays and islands is Kelly's Point.
The narrow neck of land that is about 40 metres wide and joining North Bruny to South Bruny is called The Neck.
Adventure Bay is a protected bay because of the direction it faces. Many sailors have used the bay
as a protection from storms and strong winds. It is also one of the larger settlements on Bruny Island.
Lunawanna is a very small village on the west coast of South Bruny Island.
Cape Bruny is the southern most tip of South Bruny Island and a lighthouse stands on the cape.
The southern coast of South Bruny Island is very wild and rugged. It would have been a graveyard for sailing boats.
Alonnah is a small village on the west coast of South Bruny Island with an interest in fishing.