There are a number of bushwalks on Flinders Island, over 50 in fact. They range from easy 1-hour or less walks to multi-day bushwalks that traverse the island. The best-known and most popular walk on Flinders Island is Mt Strzelecki, which rises some 756 metres above sea level and that punctuates the landscape on Flinders, which excellent views from Whitemark and surrounds. If you even remotely enjoy bushwalking, you must climb to the top of Mt Strzelecki! Mt Strzelecki is one of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks. The locals maintain the walking tracks together with the staff of Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife service. There are 2 other 60 Great Short Walks on the Island – Trousers Point and Castle Rock – both relatively easy walks to suit all standards and families, and that is equally spectacular. To be honest, I favour Castle Rock – it is without a doubt one of the best short coastal walks in Australia, the scenery is simply breathtaking. Bushwalks Flinders Island.