From July 2019, the RFDS will provide dental services to eligible adult dental patients located on King Island, and from September 2019, will begin providing dental services to eligible adult and child dental patients on Flinders Island
People on the rocky coasts of Cape Melville and Flinders Island
, which lack large trees for hulls, obtained most of their canoes by contract with builders in Princess Charlotte Bay who used Bombax ceiba, a buoyant softwood of riparian rainforests, and paid for them with stingray spears, shell products, and iron from a wreck (Hale and Tindale 1933:117-8, 122).
spotted fever is reportedly associated with relatively mild illness (5).
sophorae at the head of the western end of Yellow Beach on Flinders Island
on 8 July 1978.
Slowly I became more confident and experienced and started to poke my head out into Bass Strait, sailing first to King Island and then to the Kent Group and Flinders Island
and finally all the way around Tasmania.
Rickettsia honei is an SFG species that was described as a new species in 1998 and as the cause of Flinders Island
spotted fever (FISF) in Australia (2,3).
Undoubtedly, his love of the sea stemmed from his childhood years at Killiecrankie Bay on Flinders Island
, where he would while away his time mucking about in boats, snaring wallabies, and cooking warreners, periwinkles and crays in a kero tin on the beach.
Under the Affordable Housing Action Plan 2015-19 the Stronger Remote Aboriginal Services program (SRAS), the Tasmanian Liberal Government has been working with the Flinders Island
Aboriginal Association Inc and the Cape Barren Island Aboriginal Association Inc to enhance the long term sustainability of housing on both islands for aboriginal households.
Later, as a resident with me on Flinders Island
, Ian showed me the intriguing gnamma waterholes there.
australis) along the east coast of Australia (2), Flinders Island
spotted fever (R.
Her father was always on the move due to the nature of his employment until he purchased land at Killiecrankie, in the north of Flinders Island
. While still a small girl, Aunty Ida attended the Lughrata School three days a week and was able to continue until the age of 14.
TAS: Currie, Flinders Island
, Huonville, St Helens, Queenstown;