Flinders Island Tasmania Wrecks

During the early history of the Bass Strait islands many sailing ships were wrecked on route to Sydney Town. Around the Furneaux Islands there are some 69 recorded wrecks including the Sydney Cove the earliest recorded wreck which lead to settlement in the islands around Flinders Island the largest in the group. This year marks […]

Flinders Island Wetlands – Tasmania

Black Swans – yes we have many! If you enjoy visiting wetlands join us a tour of the wetlands of the south east coast of Flinders Island. These little known wetlands won international recognition when Logan Lagoon was recognized as a Ramsar site in 1982. This was the 4th area to be nominated by Australia […]

Flinders Island – take off for a view

One of my most beautiful experiences was to take a flight from Lady Barron at the southern end of Flinders Island Tasmania around Strzelecki National Park and along the northern coast of Cape Barren Island around the wreck of the Farsund and back to Lady Barron.The 30 minute flight with Flinders Island Aviation takes in […]

Cape Barren Island