Bass Strait Islands Attractions

Along with King Island's myriad of delightful attractions, the fairy penguin colony that calls Grassy Harbour home is a must see. A nightly occurance, watch as the penguins return home to their burrow...
When holidaying on the Bass Strait Islands, you are surrounded by the wide, blue waters so it seems logical to cast out and try your luck at catching yourself a fish or two. Flinders Island enjoys sup...
Covering the south western corner of Flinders Island, Strzelecki National Park is a spectacular blend of coastal and granite mountain landscapes. Showcasing Tasmania's delicate ecosystem of unique flo...
Tasmania's many shipwrecks, diverse marine life and colourful coral has attracted many people over to the Bass Strait Islands, diving a particularly popular activity to discover the surrounding waters...
Showcasing the cultural and natural history of the Furneaux group of islands, Furneaux Museum houses a myriad of classic artifacts, some dating back to 1797. Uncover the history of the Aboriginal peop...
Bird watchers from around the globe enjoy the scenic skies and peaceful island serenity of King Island, where an abundance of birdlife fly freely. The sheltered area on the east side of the island is ...
Fresh island produce combined with tranquil, panoramic ocean views and beautiful beaches is what defines King Island as a idyllic getaway destination, be it a day or a lifetime. With a rich maritime h...
The main island of 52 that stretches across the Bass Strait, Flinders Island allows you to escape to a world of clear sapphire waters, rugged ranges and diverse flora and fauna. A location for the adv...
King Island has more known shipwrecks than any other part of Australia, a playground for divers and historians alike. The trail is signposted to show location of the wrecks but the Shannon is the onl...
built for the Aboriginal settlement, is also a museum.
can be seen at the grassy breakwater when they return from the sea to tend to hungry chicks.
Have a haunting fascination.
named for its rugged appearance, lies south of Flinders Island and is the home of the protected Cape Barren Geese.
contains relics from the early days housed in a building which was once the island's first Government-subsidised school.