Summary: The Mt Killiecrankie Trig Station (316m) on Flinders Island is reached via a fairly long and tough bushwalk, but offers outstanding views.

Located on top of Mount Killiiecrankie, towards the north of Flinders Island, getting to the Mt Killiecrankie Trig Station involves a fairly tough, partly off-track bushwalk. Access is from the end of Killiecrankie Beach to the south, or from an unnmarked track off Palana Road to the north.

From the trig station, there are outstanmding views in all directions: to the south is Killiecrankie Bay and Wingaroo Nature Reserve.

To the north is Blyth Point and Palana, with the Inner Sister and Outer Sister islands in the distance.


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