Spend six days exploring Flinders Island and its dramatic scenery, rolling countryside and imposing mountains. When you're not paddling along the coast, you should be hopping overboard and admiring soft sand beaches. The island is also home to an array of wildlife (including wombats, wallabies and Cape Barren Geese), and very little human activity, so be prepared to soak up the wilderness! This tour is a great way to meet the local islanders, sample the areas finest food and appreciate the Tasmanian landscape in all its glory!
On this six-day excursion, you'll enjoy the luxury of a beachfront shack, just 100 steps from the private beach on Sawyers Bay. All accommodation is double or twin share rooms and features shared facilities.
Due to the unique nature of Tasmania's landscape, and the changing weather conditions, we can't provide a set itinerary for this trip. However, here's a sneak peek at some of the paddle routes we might embark on:
An afternoon paddle from Sawyers Bay Shacks, pass some beautiful beaches and rocky crags.
Paddle the length of the bay, around rocky headland, stopping at tranquil beaches as you go.
Tanners Bay and Royden Island
Explore the surrounding islnads hoping from cove to cove.
Palana Beach and North East River
Explore WWII relics as you paddle past a former Japanese invasion site. Keep your eyes peeled for native seabirds.
Trousers Point to Lady Barron
Depart from a secluded bay and wind your way down the coast, stopping at hte small town of Lady Barron.
2019 TOUR DATES:
24 February - 2 March
31 March - 5 April