Flinders Island Flights GuideFlinders Island, adrift in the Bass Strait, is but just one of the 51 islands in the Furneaux Group archipelago. Some of the popular activities are this island are hiking (check out Strzelecki National Park), fishing, kayaking, diving, snorkeling, and swimming, but no matter what you decide to do, you are bound to spot wildlife unique to Australia. Soak up the sun at Killiecrankie Beach. Accommodations on Flinders range from wilderness camp to local farm and B&B to luxury seaside resorts.
Flinders offers flights to Launceston (Tasmania), Essendon (Victoria). You can also take ferries to Bridport (Tasmania) and Port Welshpool (Victoria).
Flinders Island's high averages between mid-50s and low-70s year round. April to October are the rainiest months of the year with peak rainfall during July and August. Due to its location and geography, the sea protects Flinders from extreme temperatures. Cooling sea breezes during the summer keeps the temperature low.The best time to visit Flinders Island is during the spring or fall with warm days and cool nights. There are usually less visitors and more colors to enjoy from the blooming flower or the turn of leaves.
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