Hi Welcome to Brier Island Guide! Here you’ll find the most up-to-date tourist information online, allowing you to plan your trip to Brier Island with confidence.
One of Nova Scotia’s best kept secrets, Brier Island captures everything that makes the Maritimes special: spectacular coastal scenery, fresh seafood, a relaxing pace of life, and whales (lots of whales).
Clicking the image above starts a short web-tour that introduces you to everything about Brier Island, NS. Or watch the 2 minute video below to see a fabulous montage showing the Best of Brier Island.
About Brier Island
On Nova Scotia’s southwestern coast a thin strip of land extends into the Bay of Fundy, and leads to a string of two small islands with remarkable scenery. The peninsula (called the “Digby Neck”) is followed by Long Island, and then Brier Island – the westernmost point of Nova Scotia.
Visitors to Brier Island can enjoy unique basalt geology, charming lighthouses, and a diversity of birds, whales, & wildflowers.
Start the Brier Island web-tour, or use the top menu to discover what interests you the most. We hope this site lets you enjoy Brier Island as much as we do.
Heather & Tim
Welcome! This guide is for visitors to Nova Scotia’s most unique island: Brier Island.
Rosehip jam and jelly anyone? #nomnomnom
New hours for the Ice House Gift Shop! Season’s coming to an end, people. Don’t be disappointed when you arrive – be sure to check opening hours…
Important notice for people hoping to get one last meal at Lavena’s Catch Cafe! #nowhearthis
Dear hawks, be sure to stop off at your favourite island during your annual fall migration: Brier Island! Welcoming you every September-October…
Grab your helicopter and head to Lavena’s Catch for lunch! It’s what’s hip with the kids these days.