The wind raged all night long, often waking me up. Someone told me later that it was gusting to 80 knots over the water.
Walked up to the Fluted Capes - a walk of about 6 kms or so. The views from the top of the (unprotected) cliffs up there were great. The Fluted Cape is 272 metres tall.
As we got down to sea level again, informational plaques told us about the whaling industry that went on in that area. Bruny island was originally landed on March 9, 1773 by Tobias Furneaux, and later James Cook landed there in 1777.
Later in the afternoon, we stopped at the Bligh museum to look at more history in the area.