OVERVIEW

A visit to the remote and mostly uninhabited Flinders Island is like stepping back in time. The pace of life here is slower, the locals friendlier, and the air, perhaps the cleanest in the world. Imagine the Bay of Fires meets Wilsons Promontory, and it’s no wonder this was all part of the same mountain range when Tasmania was still joined to the mainland.

The Flinders Island walks are so impressive and so breathtakingly gorgeous it’s a wonder that this place remains so unknown. There are rocky coastlines to explore, interspersed with beautiful sandy beaches. There are serene river estuaries and picturesque inlets. And there’s an opportunity to climb the highest peak on the island Mt Strzelecki as well as several smaller peaks. Wildlife abounds too; numerous wallabies (far too many for the locals!), huge Cape Barren geese, wild peacocks, pheasants, birds of prey and large numbers of seabirds roam unfettered all over the island.

Walking amidst the peace and tranquillity on this unspoilt island paradise offers a wonderful panacea to the stresses and strains of modern-day life. We take care of every last detail so you can relax and fully experience this amazing place on foot. At night freshen up and settle in at your comfortable accommodation.  The chef prepared breakfasts and dinners make indulgent bookends to each day.

With two outstanding guides looking after you, you can pace yourself because we can offer a choice of easier or harder walking options along the way.

If you’re after a shorter itinerary, then our 4 day Flinders Island Long Weekend trip is for you.

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
7 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Easy to Moderate

Grade 2 - Easy to Moderate

Some hill sections and occasional steps. Walking experience not required.

PRICE FROM
$ 2995

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 695

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

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ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7

DAY 1
FLINDERS ISLAND: SHORT WALKS NEAR MNT STRZELECKI

This Flinders Island tour commences on Flinders Island and we’ll meet you at the airport. Flights to the island leave from Essendon (near Melbourne airport) or Launceston (in Tasmania) via Sharp Airlines. For flight information visit sharpairlines.com or phone 1300 55 66 94

As you approach the rugged Furneaux Group of islands, Flinders Island looks like a motley collection of jumbled mountains jutting out of the sea. It’s 75 km long and 40 km wide with a population of only 850 people. As well as tall peaks, sea cliffs and idyllic coves, much of the central part of the island is covered in lush green farmland and glorious national parks.

This afternoon, we will endeavour to do a short forest walk at the foot of the Strzelecki Ranges (subject to flight arrival times).

Walks: Easy / 3 km / 1 hr

Meals: Chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 2
SETTLEMENT POINT, SAWYERS BAY AND CASTLE ROCK

On today’s Flinders Island walk we’ll explore the historic Settlement Point area on the west coast of the island.

The walking starts at picturesque Sawyers Bay, with some boulder hopping and beach walking. An historic jetty with a magnificent backdrop of the Strzelecki Ranges will have cameras working overtime. We go hiking across the peninsula then along the beach to Castle Rock, a massive granite boulder standing over 15 metres high.

On a visit to the Furneaux Historical Museum we’ll learn about Wybalenna, one of the most important Aboriginal historic sites in Australia. It was here in the 1930s that the Tasmanian government resettled what it thought to be the remaining Tasmanian Aboriginal people. At the museum you’ll also learn about early sailors and sealers, the early settlers and the amazing present-day mutton birders.

Walks: Easy / 12 km / 4- 5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 3
MNT KILLIECRANKIE AREA: KILLIECRANKIE BEACH VIA STACKY'S BIGHT TO OLD MAN'S HEAD

Still on the west side of the island, we head further north today to Mt Killiecrankie. Today’s stunning coastal hike hugs the rocky shores from The Dock to the sleepy fishing settlement of Killiecrankie where we can search for white topaz stones the locals call Killiecrankie diamonds. Orange lichen decorates the granite boulders and the azure blue water beckons swimmers at Stacky’s Bight. Old Man’s Head, a unique rock formation, dominates the southern section of the hike. Finish the afternoon with a peaceful beach walk.

Walks: Moderate / 9 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 4
MNT STRZELECKI WALK

The highlight for many will be the challenging ascent of Mt Strzelecki, named after Sir Paul Edmund de Strzelecki who explored many parts of Australia in the 1800s. He’s well known for being the first European to climb Mt Kosciuszko – Australia’s highest mountain. The track climbs up through the rugged Fotheringate Creek Valley where there are waterfalls and a delightful fern gully. As you climb higher the vegetation changes to sub alpine and finally you reach the bouldery summit. At 756 metres, you are on the highest point on the island.

Walks: Challenging / 6 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter/easier option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 5
NORTH EAST RIVER AND PALANA

Explore the remote northern shores of the island, starting at the idyllic beach at Palana. There is no track as we pick our way along the coast to North East River. Rocky headlands covered in bright orange lichen are interspersed with short stretches of pristine sandy beaches. Be sure to bring your swim gear along. Watching the speed at which the water enters the river estuary at North East River is a highlight.

Walks: Moderate / 12 km / 4-5 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 6
MNT PILLINGER AND THE DARLING RANGE WALK

The final hike is in the Darling Range in the central part of the island. Starting at aptly named Walkers Lookout, we traverse a high ridge that offers excellent views in all directions. For fit walkers with a good head for heights there’s an optional ascent of atmospheric Mt Pillinger – known to locals as the Gin Bottle.

Walks: Moderate / 12 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter/easier option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 7
FLINDERS ISLAND WALKS NEAR OUR ACCOMMODATION AND AWAY

This holiday Flinders Island tour finishes after breakfast with a transfer to the airport.

Walks: Easy / 2-3 km / 1 hr

Meals: Farewell cooked breakfast in the restaurant

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • The best Flinders Island walks available including exclusive access to walks across private land
  • All transport on island
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 6 nights’ comfortable accommodation with ensuite rooms
  • Daily meals including walkers lunches and chef-prepared breakfasts and dinners
  • National Park admission
  • Exclusive Flinders Island track access
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag and container

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

Settle in for six nights at a stunning lodge near Trousers Point and enjoy the Flinders Island walks with the knowledge that a hot shower is waiting for you each day. The property has individually themed rooms, a licensed restaurant, lounge, bar and decks with wonderful views. Expect to be looked after in style.

The two course dinners prepared at the lodge restaurant will focus on local fresh organic produce, as the 220 acre property is certified organic. Every day you will wake to a cooked breakfast to ready yourself for the upcoming days walk. You’ll lunch at incredible locations. Indeed, the walkers lunches complete the circle ensuring that your appetite is always kept satisfied. Our walkers lunches are substantial and will provide variety. Lunch is always augmented by Auswalk’s famous trail mix. We provide you with your own insulated lunch bag and a silicon collapsible tub for your convenience.

Alcohol and drinks with meals are not included with meals (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

GENERAL INFO

The island is 75km long and 40km wide. It sits in the middle of Bass Strait and is accessible by plane from either Melbourne or Launceston in Tasmania. We will meet you at the airport on the island on the first day and return you on the last day in plenty of time to catch your flight.

The tracks on the Flinders Island walks vary in quality but all are easily navigable. There are well formed tracks and sections where your local guides will have you pick your way along rocky shorelines and sandy beaches. There are some opportunities for fit walkers to challenge themselves but the main walks are all easy to moderate, with the only exception being Mt Strzelecki. This trip operates with two knowledgeable, engaging guides so we can offer easier and harder walk options along the way.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

Flinders Island has a temperate coastal climate that is suitable for walking at every time of the year except the winter months. Summer weather is mild compared with most of Australia, and winters never have frost. No wonder locals wouldn’t live anywhere else.

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your Auswalk holiday after we have confirmed it. We want to help make insurance more affordable by offering you a discount on policies purchased through NIB Insurance. This applies to any NIB policies issued via this link. Get an instant quote and purchase online now.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions about the Flinders Island tour or the walks, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

MAP

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 3 Feb 2020
    FULL
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 10 Feb 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 24 Feb 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 2 Mar 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 20 Apr 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695

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  1. Boris F

    2 March, 2017 at 12:43 PM
    5

    One of Australia’s best kept secrets.Accommodation,guides,walks are a credit to Auswalk.This was our 4th walk with them and have never been disappointed. This would have to be a dream walk for anyone but don’t think it’s glamping because there are some challenging options if you want. So go to Flinders with Auswalk before the rest of the world discover it.

  2. Jamie B

    8 March, 2017 at 8:08 AM
    5

    This was a great trip, staying in an eco lodge, with a stunning chef. The walks were varied, and the guides knowledgeable and had an easy yet professional rapport with the group. Nothing was too much trouble. Just be aware the accommodation has varying sized rooms.

Overview

OVERVIEW

A visit to the remote and mostly uninhabited Flinders Island is like stepping back in time. The pace of life here is slower, the locals friendlier, and the air, perhaps the cleanest in the world. Imagine the Bay of Fires meets Wilsons Promontory, and it’s no wonder this was all part of the same mountain range when Tasmania was still joined to the mainland.

The Flinders Island walks are so impressive and so breathtakingly gorgeous it’s a wonder that this place remains so unknown. There are rocky coastlines to explore, interspersed with beautiful sandy beaches. There are serene river estuaries and picturesque inlets. And there’s an opportunity to climb the highest peak on the island Mt Strzelecki as well as several smaller peaks. Wildlife abounds too; numerous wallabies (far too many for the locals!), huge Cape Barren geese, wild peacocks, pheasants, birds of prey and large numbers of seabirds roam unfettered all over the island.

Walking amidst the peace and tranquillity on this unspoilt island paradise offers a wonderful panacea to the stresses and strains of modern-day life. We take care of every last detail so you can relax and fully experience this amazing place on foot. At night freshen up and settle in at your comfortable accommodation.  The chef prepared breakfasts and dinners make indulgent bookends to each day.

With two outstanding guides looking after you, you can pace yourself because we can offer a choice of easier or harder walking options along the way.

If you’re after a shorter itinerary, then our 4 day Flinders Island Long Weekend trip is for you.

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
7 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Easy to Moderate

Grade 2 - Easy to Moderate

Some hill sections and occasional steps. Walking experience not required.

PRICE FROM
$ 2995

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 695

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7

DAY 1
FLINDERS ISLAND: SHORT WALKS NEAR MNT STRZELECKI

This Flinders Island tour commences on Flinders Island and we’ll meet you at the airport. Flights to the island leave from Essendon (near Melbourne airport) or Launceston (in Tasmania) via Sharp Airlines. For flight information visit sharpairlines.com or phone 1300 55 66 94

As you approach the rugged Furneaux Group of islands, Flinders Island looks like a motley collection of jumbled mountains jutting out of the sea. It’s 75 km long and 40 km wide with a population of only 850 people. As well as tall peaks, sea cliffs and idyllic coves, much of the central part of the island is covered in lush green farmland and glorious national parks.

This afternoon, we will endeavour to do a short forest walk at the foot of the Strzelecki Ranges (subject to flight arrival times).

Walks: Easy / 3 km / 1 hr

Meals: Chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 2
SETTLEMENT POINT, SAWYERS BAY AND CASTLE ROCK

On today’s Flinders Island walk we’ll explore the historic Settlement Point area on the west coast of the island.

The walking starts at picturesque Sawyers Bay, with some boulder hopping and beach walking. An historic jetty with a magnificent backdrop of the Strzelecki Ranges will have cameras working overtime. We go hiking across the peninsula then along the beach to Castle Rock, a massive granite boulder standing over 15 metres high.

On a visit to the Furneaux Historical Museum we’ll learn about Wybalenna, one of the most important Aboriginal historic sites in Australia. It was here in the 1930s that the Tasmanian government resettled what it thought to be the remaining Tasmanian Aboriginal people. At the museum you’ll also learn about early sailors and sealers, the early settlers and the amazing present-day mutton birders.

Walks: Easy / 12 km / 4- 5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 3
MNT KILLIECRANKIE AREA: KILLIECRANKIE BEACH VIA STACKY'S BIGHT TO OLD MAN'S HEAD

Still on the west side of the island, we head further north today to Mt Killiecrankie. Today’s stunning coastal hike hugs the rocky shores from The Dock to the sleepy fishing settlement of Killiecrankie where we can search for white topaz stones the locals call Killiecrankie diamonds. Orange lichen decorates the granite boulders and the azure blue water beckons swimmers at Stacky’s Bight. Old Man’s Head, a unique rock formation, dominates the southern section of the hike. Finish the afternoon with a peaceful beach walk.

Walks: Moderate / 9 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 4
MNT STRZELECKI WALK

The highlight for many will be the challenging ascent of Mt Strzelecki, named after Sir Paul Edmund de Strzelecki who explored many parts of Australia in the 1800s. He’s well known for being the first European to climb Mt Kosciuszko – Australia’s highest mountain. The track climbs up through the rugged Fotheringate Creek Valley where there are waterfalls and a delightful fern gully. As you climb higher the vegetation changes to sub alpine and finally you reach the bouldery summit. At 756 metres, you are on the highest point on the island.

Walks: Challenging / 6 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter/easier option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 5
NORTH EAST RIVER AND PALANA

Explore the remote northern shores of the island, starting at the idyllic beach at Palana. There is no track as we pick our way along the coast to North East River. Rocky headlands covered in bright orange lichen are interspersed with short stretches of pristine sandy beaches. Be sure to bring your swim gear along. Watching the speed at which the water enters the river estuary at North East River is a highlight.

Walks: Moderate / 12 km / 4-5 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 6
MNT PILLINGER AND THE DARLING RANGE WALK

The final hike is in the Darling Range in the central part of the island. Starting at aptly named Walkers Lookout, we traverse a high ridge that offers excellent views in all directions. For fit walkers with a good head for heights there’s an optional ascent of atmospheric Mt Pillinger – known to locals as the Gin Bottle.

Walks: Moderate / 12 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter/easier option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chef, walkers lunch and a chef-prepared two course dinner at the Lodge restaurant

Accommodation: A 4-star retreat at the foot of Mt Strzelecki, overlooking Trousers Point Beach

DAY 7
FLINDERS ISLAND WALKS NEAR OUR ACCOMMODATION AND AWAY

This holiday Flinders Island tour finishes after breakfast with a transfer to the airport.

Walks: Easy / 2-3 km / 1 hr

Meals: Farewell cooked breakfast in the restaurant

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • The best Flinders Island walks available including exclusive access to walks across private land
  • All transport on island
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 6 nights’ comfortable accommodation with ensuite rooms
  • Daily meals including walkers lunches and chef-prepared breakfasts and dinners
  • National Park admission
  • Exclusive Flinders Island track access
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag and container
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

Settle in for six nights at a stunning lodge near Trousers Point and enjoy the Flinders Island walks with the knowledge that a hot shower is waiting for you each day. The property has individually themed rooms, a licensed restaurant, lounge, bar and decks with wonderful views. Expect to be looked after in style.

The two course dinners prepared at the lodge restaurant will focus on local fresh organic produce, as the 220 acre property is certified organic. Every day you will wake to a cooked breakfast to ready yourself for the upcoming days walk. You’ll lunch at incredible locations. Indeed, the walkers lunches complete the circle ensuring that your appetite is always kept satisfied. Our walkers lunches are substantial and will provide variety. Lunch is always augmented by Auswalk’s famous trail mix. We provide you with your own insulated lunch bag and a silicon collapsible tub for your convenience.

Alcohol and drinks with meals are not included with meals (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

General Info

GENERAL INFO

The island is 75km long and 40km wide. It sits in the middle of Bass Strait and is accessible by plane from either Melbourne or Launceston in Tasmania. We will meet you at the airport on the island on the first day and return you on the last day in plenty of time to catch your flight.

The tracks on the Flinders Island walks vary in quality but all are easily navigable. There are well formed tracks and sections where your local guides will have you pick your way along rocky shorelines and sandy beaches. There are some opportunities for fit walkers to challenge themselves but the main walks are all easy to moderate, with the only exception being Mt Strzelecki. This trip operates with two knowledgeable, engaging guides so we can offer easier and harder walk options along the way.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

Flinders Island has a temperate coastal climate that is suitable for walking at every time of the year except the winter months. Summer weather is mild compared with most of Australia, and winters never have frost. No wonder locals wouldn’t live anywhere else.

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your Auswalk holiday after we have confirmed it. We want to help make insurance more affordable by offering you a discount on policies purchased through NIB Insurance. This applies to any NIB policies issued via this link. Get an instant quote and purchase online now.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions about the Flinders Island tour or the walks, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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Departure Dates

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 3 Feb 2020
    FULL
    Details
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 10 Feb 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 24 Feb 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 2 Mar 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
  • 20 Apr 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2995

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $695
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  1. Boris F

    2 March, 2017 at 12:43 PM
    5

    One of Australia’s best kept secrets.Accommodation,guides,walks are a credit to Auswalk.This was our 4th walk with them and have never been disappointed. This would have to be a dream walk for anyone but don’t think it’s glamping because there are some challenging options if you want. So go to Flinders with Auswalk before the rest of the world discover it.

  2. Jamie B

    8 March, 2017 at 8:08 AM
    5

    This was a great trip, staying in an eco lodge, with a stunning chef. The walks were varied, and the guides knowledgeable and had an easy yet professional rapport with the group. Nothing was too much trouble. Just be aware the accommodation has varying sized rooms.

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