15 January 2021
As previously stated, all persons coming to Tasmania, including returning residents, are required to either register via the Tas e-Travel system or apply for a G2G Pass before they arrive. Further details on this can be found on the coronavirus.tas.gov.au website. A direction issued by State gove...
7 January 2021
King Island will welcome nearly 100 golfers this weekend. King Island Council is confident that the State Government’s COVID-19 travel precautions have been met and biosecurity, health and police will be at the airport terminal to oversee their arrival. Organised by Air Adventure, the golf ProAm ...
4 January 2021
All arrivals to Tasmania, including returning residents, are required to follow certain steps in the days before they arrive. Current details can be found on the coronavirus.tas.gov.au website with the bulk of relevant information provided on the Coming to Tasmania page. The list of areas and pre...

King Island Council

At the western entrance to Bass Strait lies an idyllic place known as King Island. An island rich in history, with shipwrecks, lighthouses and jagged reefs, bountiful with long stretching sandy beaches and lush green pasture. From our little paradise we produce some of Australia’s finest natural foods for which we are probably best known including beef, cheese, crayfish & abalone, yet there is more to this 64km long by 27km wide stretch of land than first meets the eye.

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