Hiking and Walking on Flinders Island
Flinders Island Walking Guides
What better way to immerse yourself in the wild remoteness and beauty that Flinders Island has to offer than to hike, walk or stroll your way around the many walking tracks and beaches that can be easily accessed
Hike to the highest peak on Flinders Island
Mt Strzelecki dominates the southern part of Flinders Island and offers
spectacular views over the island and the surrounding islands. The 4
kilometre, 4 to 5 hour return to the summit is a serious walk that requires
quite a bit of effort. The walk is rated as being not technically difficult
but steep. The view from the top, priceless.
Walk along a deserted beach
With over 120 beaches to explore everyone can find the one that is just for
Admire the wild coastline
Just relax and admire the view
Island Walking and Hiking Guides
Guide to Flinders Island and Cape Barren Island: (DoreenLovegrove
& Steve Summers) Over 32 walks to choose from with maps and very handy tips
(Ken Martin) With
52 walks ranging from 10 minutes to all day this is a great companion for
Both books are available from Bowman's General Store in Whitemark.
Walks from the Cabin Park
Walk out the front gate of the park and head straight to Pat's River Walk. An easy walk that takes in River and Coastal scenary as well as Magnificent views of Mt Strzlecki.