King Island Football Association

A ruckman leaps above his opponent to win the hit-out during a ball-up

Australian rules football competition held in Tasmania, Australia.

- King Island Football Association
A ruckman leaps above his opponent to win the hit-out during a ball-up

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Built in 1861, the Cape Wickham Lighthouse is Australia's, and the Southern Hemisphere's, tallest lighthouse.

King Island (Tasmania)

Island in the Bass Strait, belonging to the Australian state of Tasmania.

Island in the Bass Strait, belonging to the Australian state of Tasmania.

Built in 1861, the Cape Wickham Lighthouse is Australia's, and the Southern Hemisphere's, tallest lighthouse.
Wreck of the Cataraqui, Australia's deadliest maritime disaster with 400 victims. 314 recovered bodies lie buried on King Island in five graves.
Currie Harbour, 2007
surface geology of King Island
King Island Emu

The island has a football competition, The King Island Football Association, with just three teams, Currie, Grassy and North, competes annually in the Stonehaven Cup boat races, the Imperial 20-foot race, Queen's Birthday Weekend Pheasant Season and many other activities.

A ruckman leaps above his opponent to win the hit-out during a ball-up

Australian rules football schism (1938–1949)

Period of division in the rules and governance of Australian rules football, primarily in the sport's traditional heartland of Melbourne, and to lesser extents in North West Tasmania and parts of regional Victoria.

Period of division in the rules and governance of Australian rules football, primarily in the sport's traditional heartland of Melbourne, and to lesser extents in North West Tasmania and parts of regional Victoria.

A ruckman leaps above his opponent to win the hit-out during a ball-up

The King Island Football Association, the small and remote league on the Bass Strait island of King Island, adopted the Association rules in 1946, but otherwise growth of the VFA code after the war was minimal.