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Bass Strait Island Hopper
Bass Strait Island Hopper
Managers' lodge on Three Hummock
Three Hummock airstrip
They do serene extremely well down here.
Your private beach, a few metres from the accommodation.
We suggest you fly in
The the panoramic view from the managers' cottage.
Playground for the 'kids' behind the beach house
Landing on Three Hummock Island, between King Island and the Tassie mainland
Pilots in residence.
Flinders Island resident, Mr Echidna, chills out in his little anteater world
Karl and Tom couldn't get the grins off their faces all day. The fishing is good on Flinders; but get the lowdown from the locals on where to go.
Plenty of parking for our fleet from Lilydale at Killiecrankie strip.
Bass Strait Island Hopper route as we flew it, with Lilydale Flying School, Victoria
Barnbougle Dunes airstrip, about an hour and a half north of Launceston
Beverley's welcome cake!
Coloured beach huts Port Phillip Bay
Some of the Lilydale crew
Steve Hitchen and Jono Merridew - at their most tense and nervous before the safari.
You'll find a very comfortable kitchen and living area at the beach house on Three Hummock
Beverley and John - managers on Three Hummock
Off duty for the pilots tonight
Not a bad place to call the office. Richard finds time for some flight planning on Three Hummock.
It's the kind of placed you'd come to to write that novel
Taking off from Three Hummock for Tasmania
Table Cape, near Wynyard, Tasmania
Stay here, we're off to lunch up at the clubhouse. Fleet parked at Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links.
Rock-n-roll. Airstrip at Killiecrankie, on north-west coast of Flinders Island.
The magnificent Palana Beach, at very north tip of Flinders.
Richard, Shelley and Tom veered off the main path and found The Docks beach between Palana and Killiecrankie on Flinders
Peak Hour on King Island's Admiralty Beach
Beverley, Shelley & Bec had no shortage of conversation during the overnight stay.
Home of Lilydale Air, in Victoria's beautiful Yarra Valley.
Mornington Peninsula, as we track down towards Apollo Bay
On the home stretch now - Ninety Mile Beach, Wilsons Promontory
Cape Barron Geese on parade
Palana, Flinders Island
Lilydale pilot, Richard Hazeltine, and his Archer very happy to leave the clouded skies of Melbourne behind
Sunrise over the most northern slice of Flinders Island
Entrance to the Tamar River, north of Launceston, Tasmania
The Docks, on Flinders
The Nut at Stanley, n-west coast of Tasmania
Beverley has a certain ... connection ... with all her charges
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