Jules' Tasmanian journey started out by boat. As he said, he was going to an island off an island off an island.
Bruny Island is an hour from Hobart, and the 72km dot of land, around the size of Singapore, is home to just 650 lucky people. It's made up of north and south islands, united by an isthmus known as 'The Neck'.
There isn't a lot on the island and that's the way the locals like it. Accommodation is all self-contained. It's a BYO destination. There are very few shops, but you can buy oysters, wine, cheese and fudge from local producers.