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What are the best things to do in King Island, Tasmania?

Disappointment Bay

Disappointment Bay is likely the biggest misnomer on King Island as you are highly unlikely to be disappointed when you see it! The bay is located at the northern edge of King Island and stands out due to its rugged appearance. Along Disappointment Bay, travellers with airfare to King Island can visit a beach that stretches for 1.6 kilometres (1 mile). After arriving on flights to King Island, the white-sand beach along Disappointment Bay is a great spot for swimming and surfing.

 

King Island Historical Museum

Once you have arrived into King Island Airport (KNS), the King Island Historical Museum is a great first stop. It’s based in Currie, which is the largest town on King Island. While exploring the museum, you’ll learn more about the history and culture of King Island. Artefacts that are displayed in the museum tell stories of shipwrecks, lighthouses, and local ANZAC soldiers who fought in World War I. King Island Historical Museum is also located on a clifftop with sweeping views over Currie Harbour. If you would like to visit the King Island Historical Museum after your cheap flights to King Island, be sure to plan ahead; the museum is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and is only open between 2pm and 4pm on other days.

 

Cape Wickham Lighthouse

Cape Wickham Lighthouse is located at the very northern tip of King Island. At 48 metres (157 feet) tall, it’s the tallest lighthouse in Australia. The lighthouse was constructed shortly after the Cataraqui maritime disaster in 1845, which claimed the lives of 400 people. When you book flights to King Island for a holiday, the Cape Wickham Lighthouse is one of the most iconic landmarks to visit. Take a walk around the lighthouse and admire the beautiful views and peaceful atmosphere around it.

 

When is the best time to visit King Island?

In order to experience the best weather after your cheap flights to King Island, plan your trip in the summer. During the summer, temperatures average around 21°C with low chance of rain. King Island doesn’t have a true high season, but summer experiences more tourists than any other season, particularly when there is an event or festival happening. If you plan return flights to King Island during the summer, book your accommodation early for the best price.

Spring and autumn are also great times to plan flights to King Island if you are looking for a quiet and relaxing experience. There are fewer tourists than in the summer, but temperatures still reach about 16°C during the day, allowing for plenty of outdoor activities. In order to fully experience the island, avoid booking tickets to King Island in the winter. In addition to cool temperatures and regular rain, many shops and attractions around King Island close for the winter months.

 

What’s on in King Island?

Festival of King Island

The Festival of King Island is held every year during the first weekend of February. The event showcases different genres of music and up-and-coming artists from around Australia. If you book return flights to King Island during the festival, you can watch live performances from indie, blues, country, and folk bands. The Festival of King Island is held around Currie Harbour, which forms a natural amphitheatre. In addition to music, visitors who book airfare to King Island during the event can enjoy family activities and food from a variety of local vendors.

 

Long Table Festival

If you are interested in trying the local produce, plan your flights to King Island for the Long Table Festival. The festival takes place over five days and introduces visitors with return flights to King Island to the area’s cuisine. During the event, producers from around the island bring together their ingredients to create a farm-to-table dining experience. Local chefs work together to turn the ingredients into a gourmet feast that festival attendees can enjoy. Each year, the Long Table Festival falls on a different weekend. In 2020, it will take place the first weekend of April, and in 2021 will be the last weekend in February.

 

King Island Golf Open

Golf is one of the most popular pastimes to enjoy after cheap flights to King Island. The coastal golf course in Currie resembles the stunning landscapes of Scotland. If you are a fan of golf, consider booking tickets to King Island for the first weekend in November to attend one of Tasmania’s major golf championships. The King Island Open is a 36-hole golf event that is open to both men and women. If your flights to King Island coincide with the festival, you could watch the Open or enter yourself – it is open to any amateur golfers. 

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