Girt by sea ... the view across Killiecrankie Bay on Flinders Island.

A tale of two islands

On the chalk-and-cheese isles of Flinders and King, Andrew Bain satisfies his appetite and sense of adventure.

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Trousers Point Tasmania

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Just when you thought you'd seen it all, Lee Atkinson shares her discovery of 10 places, from Tasmania to the Torres Strait and well beyond Bourke, that are worth getting back on the road for.

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Flinders Island - Fast Facts

Flinders Island
Historically important island lying north east of Tasmania in Bass Strait
Located 20 km north of Cape Portland by sea and 151 km from Launceston by air, Flinders Island is the largest of the Furneaux group of islands which lie to the north east of Tasmania in Bass Strait. It is about 29 km wide at its widest point and 64 km long.

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Flinders Island - Eat

Flinders Island
Historically important island lying north east of Tasmania in Bass Strait
Located 20 km north of Cape Portland by sea and 151 km from Launceston by air, Flinders Island is the largest of the Furneaux group of islands which lie to the north east of Tasmania in Bass Strait. It is about 29 km wide at its widest point and 64 km long.

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