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- Primary access to King Island is by aeroplane into Currie, using one of the small regional airlines based in Melbourne or northern Tasmania.
- Although you can get to King Island by private boat, there is no ferry service.
Once on the island, you can hire a car or bicycle to get around. The island has no traffic lights and relatively few roads.
wittling, walking, whale watching
- Boomerang By the Sea, Golf Club Road. Serving dinner with a view, M-Su from 6pm.
- King Island Club, 8 Netherby Rd, ☏ , fax: . Open from 11:30am M-Th; From 10am F-Sa; Noon-6pm Su. Meals not available on Su, but the bar is. Bingo every 2nd Tuesday of the month.
- Bass Caravan Park, 100 Main Street. Cabins for $98 - $141 per night, including continental breakfast.
- Boomerang by the Sea, toll-free: 1800 221 288. Golf Club Road. Ensuite units for around $120.
- Devils Gap Retreat, +61 3 6462 1180, 0429 621 180, fax +61 3 6462 1180. One bedroom cottages near the ocean. Around $130 including breakfast and free transfer from the airport.
- Green Ponds Guest House, 38 Edward St, ☏ , . Between $60 and $100 per night.
- Gullhaven Holiday Home, 11 Huxley Street. Four bedroom home.
- King Island A-Frame Holiday Homes, 95 Main Street, toll-free: 1800 647 702. 3 bedroom cottages between $126 and $189.
- Shannon Coastal Cottages, PO Box 275, ☏ , fax: 64621607, firstname.lastname@example.org. Premium position and central for island exploration 2 well appointed fully self contained cottages located on Currie harbour with magnificent views to Southern ocean the busy harbour and Currie lighthouse 3 Klms by car from Currie or a short walk via beach and track to the Currie wharf. Between $150 - $160 per night for two occupants, extra fee apply for more..