The Flinders Island Show is a traditional agricultural and pastoral show, reflecting the Island’s traditional rural heritage. The show is a big attraction to the island’s locals and for tourists who come from Tasmania, the mainland and overseas.
Visitors can enjoy the competitions for best of show awards for sheep, cattle and wool as well as watching the sporting events, including equestrian and wood chopping competitions.
You can purchase locally produced, food and other goods in the home industries area.
There is evening entertainment, and children’s activities including a merry-go-round, bouncy castle and games.
Flinders Island is the main island of the Furneaux group, a collection of 52 islands that stretch across Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia.