For bush walkers who visit Flinders Island, to enter the Strzelecki Peak to favor mandatory.
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The well marked track to the summit offers the walker magnificent scenery with main ferns and wildflowers lining the track. As you walk you pass through varying types of flora from sheoak tree* to tea-tree **, main ferns to eucalyptus.
Along the way you will have glimpses of the other mountains of Strzelecki National Park. Only a visit here can show you the wonderful colours of the granite outcrops and the different flora.
Long walk to great views from the top. The peak can often be covered in cloud but we got great views between the clouds. You'll find amazing vistas to the horizon.
* sheoak tree (a Casuarina tree) - Allocasuarina fraseriana (L.) unique endemic species of hardwood occurring primarily in southern Australia.
** tea-tree - Melaleuca alternifolia (L.) - species occurring in Australia used for medicinal purposes by the original inhabitants of this continent.
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