Wildlife carer Kate specialises in wombats and has become a rescuer/identity in animal caring circles - this charming article paints a great picture of life on Flinders Island, Tasmania

Wildlife carer Kate specialises in wombats and has become a rescuer/identity in animal caring circles - this charming article paints a great picture of life on Flinders Island, Tasmania

Flinders Island:         This wonderful spot is just a hop, skip, and jump from the north-eastern tip of Tasmania in Bass Strait. It’s considered to be one of the best spots for hiking in the land. The air is clean and fresh and the scenery and nature are breathtaking.    It’s filled with unspoilt beaches, interesting wildlife, and national parks. You’ll also find the local residents to be quite friendly, making the overall experience even more inviting.

Flinders Island: This wonderful spot is just a hop, skip, and jump from the north-eastern tip of Tasmania in Bass Strait. It’s considered to be one of the best spots for hiking in the land. The air is clean and fresh and the scenery and nature are breathtaking. It’s filled with unspoilt beaches, interesting wildlife, and national parks. You’ll also find the local residents to be quite friendly, making the overall experience even more inviting.

Flinders - where is it?

Flinders - where is it?

Flinders - where the wild things go for their holidays...writes Helen Lester

Flinders - where the wild things go for their holidays...writes Helen Lester

Furneaux Museum, Emita (Flinders Island). Article and photo by Roger Findlay for www.think-tasmania.com

Furneaux Museum, Emita (Flinders Island). Article and photo by Roger Findlay for www.think-tasmania.com

Scallop Pies from Annie's Kitchen, Flinders Island. Photo and article by Kerry Davenport for Think Tasmania.

Scallop Pies from Annie's Kitchen, Flinders Island. Photo and article by Kerry Davenport for Think Tasmania.

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