Eco-Tourism Award Winner
Just 5Km off the coast near Cardwell, Hinchinbrook Island is the largest National Park
Island in the Great Barrier Reef and is mostly uninhabited, except for one environmental resort at Cape Richards.
The resort won the 2004 North Queensland Tourism Award for Eco-Tourism.
The Hinchinbrook Island Wilderness Lodge and Resort
offers guests the opportunity to experience the luxury of splendid isolation in one of the world's last
untouched tropical wilderness environments.
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One of the best of the exotic islands
for a tropical island vacation
The Lodge offers accommodation in spacious timber treehouses. They're
spacious, modern and architecturally designed and are nestled in the rainforest and connected by a winding,
timber boardwalk. Each tree house has its own timber patio; are designed to ensure your privacy and
are all take advantage of the breathtaking views.
The main lodge overlooks a large inground pool.
The island is 37.4 Km and 10Km wide and is an ideal base from which to explore the tropical marine and island
environments. Why not take a day to cruise through the mangrove everglades or the outer Great Barrier Reef ? You
can go snorkelling; take a walk through the virgin rainforest to isolated beaches (there's 11 beautiful, sandy
beaches) or fish the world renowned waters.
There's day cruises to other parts of the National Park as well
as fishing charters, so there's plenty to do on your exotic vaction to Hinchinbrook Island.
For further information on Hinchinbrook Island Wilderness Lodge and Resort, please visit:Hinchinbrook Island Lodge