In out of the way places across the north, lie some of Flinders Island’s finest beaches, distinctive landmarks and richest heritage stories.
Browse through the interactive landscape map below to read more about these.
While most people’s experience of the north of Flinders Island starts with a visit to Killiecrankie and Palana, be sure to not to limit your time here to exploring these two icons. A side trip out to the mouth of the North East River provides striking views across to The Sisters offshore islands (below).
On your way home you can also detour out to Memana to appreciate the scenery on offer from the Furneaux Lookout.
This remembers the voyage of the HMS Adventure under the command of Tobias Furneaux along this coastline in 1773.