Walker Island (Northern Tasmania)
Sign at crossing to Robbins and Walker Islands.
|Area||700 ha (1,700 acres)|
|LGA||Circular Head Council|
The Walker Island is a 700-hectare (1,700-acre) island located in Bass Strait, lying off the northwest coast of Tasmania, Australia. The island, separated from the Tasmanian mainland by a highly tidal area known as Robbins Passage, lies north of the adjacent Robbins Island.
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