Flinders Island News


July 26, 2018

Mini Market Time!

Mini-Market tomorrow at the Football and Netball. Starting at 10 am in the tearooms at the Showground. Just a side note to say The Condimental will be closed tomorrow morning. They will be at the mini market instead with pizza and usual sourdough loaves and baguettes.  

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July 24, 2018

Lady Barron Planning Meeting

LADY BARRON Township Planning Meeting @ Lady Barron Hall Wednesday 1st August at 6.30 pm This is the first informal consultation for the new local part of the Statewide Planning Scheme. Come and tell us what future land use you would like to see at Lady Barron and discuss how that might be achieved. (A daytime session will […]

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July 23, 2018

Fundraiser for Flinders Island District High School

Dress To Impress Any Era Any Style / Prize for Most Impressive Dresser When: Saturday 28th July 2.00 p.m. onwards Where: Flinders Island Sports Club Why: Fundraiser for Flinders Island District High School Bookings essential and you can pre-order a platter for the table when booking. Entry Fee: $10.00  per person includes a complimentary drink, entry into […]

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July 20, 2018

We are moving!!

Flinders Island Car Rentals has moved……… to a new desk!!! Our desk will be located next to the waiting area inside the Flinders Island airport terminal. For all our old and new customers please keep an eye out for us.

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July 18, 2018

Furneaux Tavern Winter Hours

From Monday 23rd July 2018, the Furneaux Tavern will be opening from 2 pm every Monday – Thursday until further notice. There will be no lunch service on these days. Group lunches can be arranged by reservation with 24 hours notice. Friday – Sunday the Tavern will be open from 12 pm. Lunch service will be […]

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July 17, 2018

Flinders Island Butcher Shop

Unfortunately, the Flinders Island Butcher Shop will be closing on the 20th of June 2018. Meat will be available through other shops on the island. Management is sorry for any inconvenience this may cause to locals and visitors. We hope to see the shop up and running again in the near future.

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