Please read this article on the Tas Endurance website about the Flinders Island Running Festival. 2013 Flinders Island Running Festival
The results for the Pub2Pub and Flinders5 have been published on the Flinders Island Running website. Well done to all who participated in the events! Please Click on the link below for Results. Winning results. Complete Pub2Pub results. Complete Flinder5 results.
Flinders Island is up for a big weekend with the Flinders Island Running Festival starting today. I hope everyone has registered and ready to move those feet! Festival Events Friday 30th August 2013 4pm – 5km run/walk Trousers Point through Strzelecki National Park 6pm – Pasta dinner with guest speaker Nigel Marsh Saturday 31st August 2013 […]
Please click on the link below for the Parks Walks 2013 Calendar. Parks Walks 2013 Calendar For each walk please bring: food, water, sunscreen, appropriate clothing and footwear, any medication you may require.
Walk 11 Airstrip Circuit – Killiecrankie This walk is best done in a clockwise directions, as the track near beach is poorly marked and scrubby. Walk out on the Killiecrankie road on your left. At the end of this road is a gate. You can skirt around the Western boundary, avoiding private, or walk through the […]
Walk 28 in the Walks of Flinders Island book. This beach walk is an excellent finale to a stay on Flinders Island. If it is at all possible arrange to leave your luggage at the airport prior to departure. After leaving the hire vehicle is town – Whitemark – proceed to the wharf area and […]
Mt Killiecrankie Via the Dock Road: Drive out along the Palana road. About six kilometres past Killiecrankie turn off HEC lamp post number 334 is reached. A track to your left heads towards the Dock – a very spectacular and imposing seascape and worth a drive even if you do not do the actual walk! […]
The Slip Via Killiecrankie Beach is walk number 24 in the ‘Walks of Flinders Island’ book. Easy rock hopping to a place of historical interest. The slip gets its name from the fact that fishing boats were ‘slipper’ there in yesteryear. A set of old steel wheels used for the purpose could be found beside […]
Hi Everyone, If you have been reading my previous blog you will know that there is an upcoming Castle Rock walk on the 3rd December 2011. Due to a conflict with xmas celebrations the Castle Rock Walk as part of the Healthy Islands Project has been moved to the 4th December 2011. 9.30 am start […]