Bass Strait Islands 2020 (4 days)

Carved by the treacherous waters of Bass Strait, Flinders Island and King Island are unique destinations unto themselves, with plenty to see and do.

Sparsely populated, the islands hold great natural beauty with long sandy beaches, huge lichen-covered boulders, lagoons and rugged mountain ranges.

On this four day discovery tour, experience the remoteness, rich history and delicious local produce that make these islands so special.

Book early and save $200!

Departing all dates. Use code EBBASS. Expires: Sun 10 Nov 2019.

Trs Pt Anna Kirkhope Aviation Flinders Island

Book early and save $200!

Departing all dates. Use code EBBASS. Expires: Sun 10 Nov 2019.

Next Tour Dates

Feb 07 - Feb 10, 2020
Apr 17 - Apr 20, 2020
Nov 06 - Nov 09, 2020

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We had a marvellous trip to Flinders and King Islands and Tasmania. Flying on a small plane is so much fun. We all loved the birds eye view of Wilsons Prom and beyond, Flinders Island, north west Tasmania, King Island and flying over the heads and over Port Philip Bay on the way home.
Michele and Andrew VIC // March 2015
Tour Highlights

Flinders Island

  • Spectacular flightseeing over Wilsons Promontory
  • Beautiful Trousers Point
  • Stunning Mt Strzelecki
  • Indigenous stories at Wybalenna Chapel
  • Pristine Killiecrankie Bay

King Island

  • 4WD adventure tour
  • Natural wonders of the seal conservation area
  • Eerie Calcified Forest
  • Fascinating kelp factory
  • Famous King Island Dairy
  • Delicious local produce throughout
  • Dramatic flightseeing over the 12 Apostles
Tour Inclusions

Itinerary: King Island Feast (1 day)

Day 1

Day 1: Melbourne to Flinders Island (L,D)

Begin your four-day Bass Strait Islands air tour from Moorabbin Airport, departing at 8.00am with a flight over Wilson’s Promontory and Bass Strait en-route to Flinders Island.

Meet our expert local guide who will take you on two days’ exploration of the Island.  Today’s touring includes Vinegar Hill for views over to Cape Barren Island, then Patriarch Wildlife Sanctuary to meet wombats, wallabies and Cape Barren Geese.  Stretch your legs in the capital Whitemark.  Reflect at Wybalenna, site of the Tasmanian Aboriginal settlement between 1833 and 1847.  Learn some of the history of this island at the Furneaux Museum before arriving at your accommodation at the Furneaux Tavern for two nights.  Welcome drinks and dinner together round out the day.

Overnight: Furneaux Tavern

Day 2
Day 3
Day 4

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I was part of the recent group to Barnbougle/King Island last week and would like to thank the pilots who retrieved my missing bag and delivered it to the Melbourne hotel. Above and beyond the call of duty and much appreciated.
Neil New Zealand // March 2017

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