Day 1 Flinders Island Board the Outback Jet for the scenic flight past Wilson’s Promontory and across Bass Strait. The largest of the Furneaux Group of islands and once part of the landmass that connected Tasmania to the mainland, Flinders is rugged and has more picture perfect beaches than people! Your local guide will reveal the rich history while showing you the best of the island. The finale is a cruise around the archipelago to witness the sky turn black as countless mutton-birds return from the ocean to their rookery for the night.
Accommodation: is at the perfectly positioned Furneaux Tavern, Lady Baron
Day 2 King Island Primarily focused on farming, this low-lying island is fringed by rugged and deserted beaches. Many a ship has wrecked off the coast and your local guide will unlock the secrets of the island’s past. King Island is also known for its beef, cheese and crayfish – a lunch to showcase all of this will be served in the quaint Boathouse.
Accommodation: The Boomerang, King Island
Days 3, 4 & 5 Kangaroo Island As you enter the foyer of the Great Room at Southern Ocean Lodge, you are warmly welcomed by the staff - the uninterrupted ocean views and spectacular architecture of this remote and ultra-luxurious lodge are a true sensation! Over the next two nights you will enjoy the finest of modern Australian cuisine, designed to showcase Kangaroo Island’s fresh produce, including their fine wine. During the day you will be escorted on various private outings including the island’s highlights: Remarkable Rocks, walking wit development h the sea-lions at Seal Bay, Admirals Arch and Flinders Chase National Park. Of course, you may choose to relax and just soak it all up - the view from your luxurious suite is private and uninterrupted, the white sandy beach and cliff tops are easily explored on ones own.
Accommodation: on days 3 and 4 is at Southern Ocean Lodge