friday 12th april



Join the ladies of Flinders Island CWA for a lunch that would make your grandmother proud. The CWA has been an important part of Tasmanian life since 1936 and today continues its mission to advance the rights and equity of women, families and communities in Australia through advocacy and empowerment, especially for those living in regional, rural and remote Australia.

Enjoy a selection of salads, sandwiches and soups with plenty of homemade sweet treats for dessert. When it comes to baked goods, the ladies of the CWA know their stuff, so be prepared for some of the best scones, melting moments and fruitcake you’ve eaten in quite a while.

COST: $20

TIME: 12.30 - 2.30pm

VENUE: CWA Headquarters, Cnr Robert & Patrick St



The mutton bird plays an integral role in the history and culture of Flinders Island and surrounds with more than one million birds using the area as a rookery each year. As part of the Flinders Island Food & Crayfish Festival, Flinders Island District High School art students and other local artists have created works that speak to the community’s ongoing relationship with mutton birds and island life generally.   

This self-guided art walk meanders through the galleries and spaces of Whitemark to showcase local talent, history and culture. Some venues will also be offering food and drink available to purchase. 

COST: Free

TIME: 6-8pm

VENUE: Various in Whitemark, collect your map from The Flinders Wharf, Whitemark