Cape Wickham Lighthouse
This is King Island's main and most important lighthouse. It is Australia's tallest lighthouse and was built in 1861 and has kept a hectic schedule since it began watching over the Bass Strait.
An ancient petrified forest of tree trunks believed to be up to 30 million years old. Seal Rocks Reserve.
Currie is the main business centre for Kings Island. Currie's unusual steel lighthouse was prefabricated in England and assembled in site.
Lavinia Nature Reserve
Located in the Northwest, this bird life sanctuary houses many rare and beautiful birds.
The King Island Dairy
King Island cheeses are known world wide, and they produce award winning blue cheeses. The factory is located here and there are cheese tasting and sales outlets here as well. The dairy is located nine kilometres north of Currie. North Road, Loorana (03 6462 1348).
The amount of ships wrecked on this treacherous strait is astonishing. There is a shipwreck trail walk pointing out some of the 70 shipwrecks sites. There are diving tours of the wrecks which are very popular with the tourists.
King Island Historical Museum
This museum has displays and stories of some of the tragic shipwrecks and is housed in the former lighthouse keeper's cottage.
Yarra Creek Gorge
King Island has some good native trails and bush walks, this gorge has some good walks with the likelihood of seeing wildlife quite high. The fern gullies are popular swimming holes for platypus.