Cairns, Queensland 4849
Hinchinbrook Island can sometimes look intimidating, with its fog-attracting headlands, steamy waterfalls, rugged mountains, mangrove forests, and sheltered bays. Whether you're up for a trek, a hike, or a discovery, you'll never run out of things to gape around Hinchinbrook. The island is rich in fauna and flora, as well as palm-fringed beaches and mangrove waterways. The uninhabited island is also home to a number of animals such as cockatoos, herons, scrub hens, and sunbirds, and some saltwater crocodiles hiding among the island waterways. Visitors can take refuge at the Hinchinbrook Island Wilderness Lodge, the only accomodation available on the island. While access to the island is very limited when it comes to the number of people allowed per day, the process of visiting Hinchinbrook is easy and affordable.
All enquiries regarding island transfers, hiking transfers & cruises please contact Cardwell Rainforest & Reef Visitor Information Centre by phone.
Phone: +61 7 4066 2000 (Port Hinchinbrook) / +61 7 4066 8601 (Hinchinbrook Cruises & Ferries)
Fax: +61 7 4066 8271 (Port Hinchinbrook)
Email: [email protected]
Hinchinbrook Island Wilderness Lodge is currently available for private bookings to groups, functions & weddings only. Contact Hinchinbrook Island Resort for reservations and other enquiries.