July 15, 2011

Walks On Flinders Island

If you a nature lover or just enjoy a good walk in the wilderness then this walk is for you!

For a superb ‘Flinders Island Walk’ take the left turnoff just before the start of the Emita Hill and arrive at the serene backwaters of Sawyer’s Bay. A great picnic and barbecue spot as well as a photographers delight this venue is sure to please all who come to visit the Island. Walking can be serious – perhaps an hour or two in either direction to arrive at Blue Rocks or Settlement Point or a more leisurely jaunt of a quarter hour to take in the tranquillity and magic of a beach ‘lost in time’. Thousands of ‘stunted’ mussels shells can be found washed up above high water mark as well as other interesting items of a nautical nature. This is one beach walk not to be missed.

Sawyer’s Bay Stroll

 5 To 55 Minutes, 50 Meters to 1 Km.

This information was taken out of the booklet ‘The Walks of Flinders Island’. The booklet was compiled by Island Enthusiasts to enable others to enjoy the beautiful natural environment surrounding the Furneaux Group.

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