Emita beach, Flinders Island

Over the Cup Day long weekend, we spent five days of hiking, climbing and beachcombing on Flinders Island.

Flinders Island is the largest of the 52 islands in the Furneaux Group off the north-west tip of Tasmania. With a long and often tragic history of indigenous and European settlement, a rugged coastline littered with shipwrecks, and a patchwork of farmland and rugged bushland with stunning mountains, it is well worth a visit.

This is the view north along Emita beach, on a late afternoon walk towards Castle Rock.

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