A few this happening at the Museum of late. Here is an update by President Bron Grutzner from the Augusts 3rd addition of the Island News. NEW EXHIBITION – Now on display for the first time is a selection of photographic equipment donated to the Museum by the estate of George Coster of Emita. The exhibition […]
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.
Walk number 5 in the ‘Walks of Flinders Island’ book is the Patriarch Inlet walk. A desolate but beautiful part of the coastline can be found at Patriarch Inlet. A kilometre before the beach you will notice a small car parking area on the left which has views over the inlet as well as a […]
Flinders Island District High School School Picnic & Open Day Sunday 16th October 2011 Order of Events 10.00am – School opens and the picnic day begins. 10.30am – Morning tea available from the canteen (cakes, coffee and tea for sale). Guided tour of the school, leaving from the memorabilia tent. 10.30 am till 11.30am – Junior […]
Hi Everybody, I’d just like to say a big thank you to everyone that turned up and donated goods on Saturday for the Music Trivia Night – a Fundraiser for Shannon at the Sports and RSL Club, and the Ratstars for organising this event, all money raised on the night will be donated to Shannon Barrett to go towards his physio […]
Mt Strezlecki walk is number 1 in the book ‘The Walks Of Flinders Island’ This walk/hike will take you 5-6 hours return, 3-4km. This is a serious walk not to be undertaken lightly. It is imperative that you are well equipped, take suitable clothing (more later) and that you have a reasonable level of fitness. […]
Old Man’s Head. A must for every visitor to Killiecrankie! Take a close-up look at one of the most majestic bays in Bass Strait. Easy Walking, the Killiecrankie Creek is best negotiated at low tide – very high tides with heavy rains will make the creek crossing hazardous! Over summer the creek may not be […]
Matthew, Ross and Nick would like to thank the Flinders Island Community for its fantastic support of our recent long table luch at Partridge Farm. You do not need to be told by us that you live in a very special place. Your community, your environment, your food and your hospitality were brilliant. In particular, […]