Getting to Flinders Island can be part of the fun of an enjoyable holiday.
Your visit to Flinders Island starts with a scenic flight from Melbourne (Essendon Airport) or from Launceston across Bass Strait with Sharp Airlines.
Regular flights daily between Launceston and Whitemark and numerous flights between Essendon and Whitemark with the RPT service provided by Sharp Airlines.
The region is also serviced by a number of charter aircraft that depart from Melbourne, Tooradin, Gippsland in Victoria, and Bridport in Tasmania or any other airport of the customer’s choice. Carrying passengers or freight on demand. Charter flights can enter Flinders Island at Whitemark, Lady Barron or Killiecrankie airstrips.
ACCESS FLINDERS ISLAND BY FERRY
By ferry service from Bridport in Tasmania and docking in the all-tides port at Lady Barron. The berthing point for the trading vessels the Southern Condor and the Matthew Flinders which sails weekly between Bridport and Lady Barron and on demand (approximately monthly) from Welshpool, Victoria run by Furneaux Freight in Bridport Tasmania.
WHERE TO STAY
There is a range of accommodation styles on Flinders Island to suit every need, from a resort, hotels, cosy bed and breakfasts, holiday cottages, farm stays, to cabins and camping grounds. Whether you want a retreat to be on your own or handy to town, your friendly Flinders Island hosts will make you welcome and help you to have an enjoyable visit.
For accommodation options go to the Visit the Flinders Island Tourism Association website