Flinders may refer to:

  • Cape Flinders, in the northern Canadian territory of Nunavut
  • Division of Flinders, federal House of Representatives electoral division in Victoria
  • Electoral district of Flinders, state House of Assembly electoral district in South Australia
  • Electoral district of Flinders (Queensland), former state electoral district in Queensland
  • Flinders Bay, Western Australia
  • Flinders Council, Tasmania
  • Flinders County, New South Wales
  • Flinders Highway, Queensland
  • Flinders Highway, South Australia
  • Flinders Island (Queensland), part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
  • Flinders Island (South Australia), in the Investigator Group
  • Flinders Island (Tasmania), in the Furneaux Group, in Bass Strait
  • Flinders Lane, Melbourne
  • Flinders Medical Centre, the hospital associated with the Flinders University of South Australia
  • Flinders, New South Wales, a suburb of Shellharbour, New South Wales
  • Flinders Park, now known as Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open Tennis Championships
  • Flinders Park, South Australia, an inner-western suburb of Adelaide
  • Flinders Peak, near the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
  • Flinders railway station, Shellharbour, New South Wales
  • Flinders Ranges, South Australia
  • Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia
  • Flinders Reef, Queensland
  • Flinders River, Queensland
  • Flinders Street, Adelaide
  • Flinders Street Station, Melbourne
  • Flinders Street, Melbourne
  • Flinders Street Viaduct, Melbourne
  • Flinders University, formally, the Flinders University of South Australia
  • Flinders University Hall, on-campus students' residence
  • Flinders, Victoria, a historic town south of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula
  • Flinders View, Queensland, a suburb of Ipswich
  • Flinders Wharf, Melbourne
  • Shire of Flinders (Queensland), a Local Government Area located in north western Queensland
  • Shire of Flinders (Victoria)

Given name
  • Flinders Petrie, Professor Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie FRS (1853–1942), English Egyptologist
  • Matthew Flinders, late-18th & early-19th century explorer
  • Mesh Flinders (born 1979), American screenwriter
  • Scott Flinders (born 1986), English football goalkeeper
  • HMAS Flinders
  • Flinders Ranges mogurnda, a gudgeon (fish)
  • 10203 Flinders, an asteroid

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Matthew Flinders Anglican College
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Polly Flinders
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Stuart Flinders
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