Furneaux Geotrail

Natural Attractions

Discover the stories written in the landscape across Flinders Island and its surrounding Bass Strait archipelago along the Furneaux Geotrail. Use the Geotrail as a companion guide to learn more about the places around you as you visit the island’s most popular visitor attractions.
Look out for the Geotrail signage on your travels to help you explore the local geological heritage of Flinders Island. As a web app, it is easy to save to the home screen of your mobile device to provide easy one click access to a variety of further landscape information about the island’s heritage hotspots.
There are ten geosites located across Flinders Island where you can explore and learn about the stories that define the landscape.

Facilities

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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