Australian Wildlife

List of Australian Islands, Tasmania

To see these attractions on a large Google Map, visit our Tasmania island Tourist Attractions Map pages.

Flinders Island
Furneaux Group
Flinders Island is the largest island in the Furneaux Group of 52 islands (and the only island with a permanent settlement, of about 900 people). It is located along the Bass Strait, which separates Tasmania from the mainland. Measuring 70... Click to continue>
King Island
Bass Strait
King Island is situated in Bass Strait, between Victoria and Tasmania. The only commercial trip you can get to the island is by plane, with the flight taking about 50 minutes from either Victoria or Tasmania. The island is about 64km long by 27km... Click to continue>
Macquarie Island
southwestern Pacific ocean
Halfway between New Zealand and Antarctica you’ll find Macquarie Island, a Tasmanian island located in the southwestern Pacific ocean 1,300km south-east of Tasmania. Macquarie Island is endearingly referred to as “Macca.” A UNESCO world heritage... Click to continue>
Maria Island
East coast of Tasmania
Maria Island mixes beautiful landscape and wildlife with a rich history. Maria Island runs 20 kilometers by 13 kilometers, with the entire land-mass designated a National Park, and does not have a sizeable settlement – only park ranges reside on the... Click to continue>
South Bruny National Park
Bruny Island
South Bruny National Park is situated on the southern tip of Bruny Island off the Tasmanian south east coast. The park stretches along the coast from Fluted Cape to the southern part of Great Taylors Bay. Bruny Island is separated from mainland... Click to continue>

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