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Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island

Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island

Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island
Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island
Flinders Island - Killiecrankie Beach
Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island by Len Zell


Between Victoria and Tasmania lies Flinders Island, where mountains rise from the sea and provide a grand granite backdrop to lush countryside, bushland, secluded bays and long, white beaches.

It's brimming with natural delights and wildlife too. In fact it's a place quite unlike any other and offers much to plenty to explore and learn about. And this is  where Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island comes in handy.

Luckily we have four copies to be won!

Flinders isn't a huge island at around 75km long and 40km wide but it has a plethora to keep you keenly interested. From abundant animal life to an array of flora, the geological features and human history there is much to take in. 

The online world is burgeoning with information but when you're meandering along Killecrankie Beach and find yourself fascinated with some aspect of the landscape or a local creature, it's highly likely the old www won't be available. What would be helpful is Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island.

Why? Because it's a pocket rocket guide to all you might want to know about this unique place. And when we say pocket, we mean light, flexible and well adapted to life in a backpack!

From planning your trip (how to get there and what to take) to activities, vegetation and plant life, a guide to flora and fauna (with photos), this is the must-have part of your travel plans.

No plans to visit? Enter anyway and if you win, you might just find yourself thinking more about those deserted beaches and that clear, clean air...

Read our full review of Wild Discovery Guide - Flinders Island »

What Kerry found on Flinders »



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Prizes are one of four copies of Wild Discovery Guide -  Flinders Island by valued at $34.95 plus postage. This prize can be posted around Australia and overseas.

The competition is open to all subscribers and Members over the age of 18. Entries open 1st May 2017 and close midnight 5th June 2017. Winners drawn 6th  June 2017 and names posted on our winners page.  See our competition terms and conditions here »

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