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tayaritja Tours & Arts

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tararitja Tours is operated by Vicki, a Flinders Island local. Harness her local knowledge to organise your visit which leaves you to relax, enjoy peace & quiet, try locally produced foods and wine, do sightseeing and engage in various local activities or events. Finally, fall asleep in silence or perhaps, listening to the sea.

You can enjoy coastline and bush walks - with a local guide if requested - including, mountain climbing, Killiecrankie Diamond hunting - with fossicking tools supplied, bird watching, night forest walks spotting native animals, fishing, hear about the famous mutton bird and see them head to land at night by the thousands, cuddle a baby wombat or go on a romantic picnic, plus many other activities which Vicki can book for you. Pre-bookings are necessary for most activities.

Vicki manages a variety of quality accommodation options – with spectacular views of ocean, mountains, beaches, outer islands. Vicki can arrange vehicle hire & flights from Tasmania and Victoria.

Relax & let us do the work for you.

Coming soon – Aboriginal history, cultural & healing activities.

  • Indicative pricing
  • Contact details

Rates:
Check with tour operator

Phone:
0400 111 641

Email:
flinders.is.travel@gmail.com

Address:
Killiecrankie Road, Killiecrankie, Tasmania, 7255

www.flindersislandtravel.com.au/tours/our-tours/
  • Tours
  • Activities

Please select a tour service below to find out more information:

    • Flinders Island Night Forest Walks
    • A highlight of this tour is spotting native animals, wallabies, wombats. See the island by night with a local guide to lead you along a bush walk so that you can get close to nature.