Flinders Island Adventures offer fishing, four wheel drive, walking and customised tours across the island.
Flinders Island is the largest of 52 granite islands situated in eastern Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia.
Climb aboard the 10m luxury cruiser ‘Strait Lady’ to experience game fishing or the Mutton Bird sunset cruise tour. You may wish to venture to the Furneaux Group outer islands, ideal for multi-day bushwalks. Shorter guided walks on Flinders island are an ideal way to view wildflowers and Bass Strait birds.
Experience surf fishing or hop into a four wheel drive for a full or half day off-road adventure. You can also arrange customised corporate and general tours, tailored to fit your group complete with a crayfish lunch.
From $735 to $880
Discover the beauty of Flinders Island on a three day tour capturing the island’s greatest highlights. Self contained cottage accommodation or 4.5 star Mountain Seas hosted and catered accommodation.
Your tour includes accommodation, continental breakfast, lunch, two full-day four wheel drive tours, entry into the museum and national park and airport pick-up and delivey.
The tour is designed to show you the best of Flinders Island in a short period of time. It is a chance to see some of the remote and lovely areas that visitors rarely see. You will explore secluded coves and rugged coastlines, travel to high lookouts and through the heart of the central mountain range.
Learn about the islands history at the Museum at Emita, and historic Wybalenna, where Augustus Robinson brought some of the last remaining Tasmanian Aborigines.
From November to March yearly, watch mutton birds return to the islands of the Furneax Group. Also known as short-tailed shearwaters, millions of these birds return from the Northern Hemisphere to nest and raise their young.
This tour takes you on ‘Strait Lady,’ a 10-metre luxury cruiser, out among the off-shore islands. From here, you will have the perfect view of mutton birds coming in. Thousands will return to their nests at dusk with food they have gathered to feed their young.
From $1399 to $2415
Explore Flinders Island by foot and discover the history and beauty surrounding this island. A couple or a group of up to 16, you can choose the length of your adventure between two and eight days.
Special interest group packages to enjoy the birds of Bass Strait, wildflowers in season, wildlife or history can be arranged. Luxury four wheel drive tours will take you off the beaten track to places visitors rarely see.
With over 120 beaches and mountains to 756 metres, you can swim in the clear blue water, walk over red granite rocks, fish for your dinner and visit mutton bird rookeries. You may even like to search for the famous ‘Killiecrankie diamond,’ a type of hard colourless topaz.
Enjoy a full day exploring Flinders Island in a luxury four wheel drive. This full-day tour will take you off the beaten track in the comfort of a GXL Toyota Landcruiser to places visitors rarely see. Experienced guides will point out the wildlife and share with you the fascinating history of the islands. The tour includes morning tea and lunch. You will be collected and dropped off to your accommodation or the airport. Two passengers are required to experience this exciting full-day tour.
From $130 to $260
This half day four wheel drive tour gives you a taste of Flinders Island’s unspoilt beauty. You will be taken off the beaten track in the luxury of a GXL Toyota Landcruiser to places visitors rarely see. Experienced guides will point out the wildlife and share with you the fascinating history of the islands. The tour includes morning or afternoon tea. You will be collected and dropped off to your accommodation or the airport.
From $100 to $1000
Flinders Island offers superb surf fishing from pristine beaches and rock platforms. You can relax in the luxury of a GXL Toyota Landcruiser as your experienced guide takes you to the ideal fishing spots.
The full-day trips include a delicious beach barbecue lunch with all relevant rods, gear and bait provided. You will be taken to less accessible, remote beaches to experience the unspoilt beauty of Flinders Island. Fully escorted day trips can be included in any multi-day tours.
From $500 to $1000
Experience Flinders Island beauty and a fresh crayfish lunch for your next corporate outing. Day tours can include fishing trips, bird watching or perhaps a leisurely stroll along the far-stretching beaches.
Tailored tours can be arranged to suit your specific group needs, including flights and island transport. A trip to Flinders Island provides a unique experience for your staff and clients.
Flinders Island is the largest of 52 granite islands situated in eastern Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia. Nearly two thirds of the island remains national park, providing you with an opportunity to explore bushland, lagoons and coastal reserves.
From $695 to $1150
Close to the continental shelf, Flinders Island has superb fishing opportunities. Catch yellowfin tuna offshore or cast off the beaches and reel in a flathead. Group fishing packages include your airfares, two day boat charters, two nights accommodation twin-share, continental breakfast and delicious lunches.
A vibrant fishing community, local fishermen harvest the best in crayfish, abalone, scallops and giant crabs. Warm currents around the islands are home to many different species of fish.
While you are staying on Flinders Island, take time to absorb the natural beauty including lush bushland and coastal reserves. Abundant wildlife come alive at night and the island is filled with intriguing history.
From $500 to $4000
Personally design your own group tour on Flinders Island. Whether your interests lie at sea or on the land, you can choose from a range of activities. Take advantage of the half and full-day four wheel drive tours or try your hand at game fishing on board the 10 metre luxury cruiser ‘Strait Lady.’
Flinders Island is the largest of 52 granite islands situated in eastern Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia. Take time to absorb the natural beauty including lush bushland and coastal reserves. Abundant wildlife come alive at night and the island is filled with intriguing history.