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Gateway to Cape York
New tourism development that entices travellers and tourists to take a break, view the educational displays and amazing public artwork sculptures.
Located in What To Do / Lakeland and Laura
Rossville Retreat Indigenous Tours
Join local Kuku Nyungkul elder and traditional owner of the country around Rossville Retreat, Harold Tayley, well known as Mooks for an immersive Indigenous tour on country.
Located in What To Do / History & Culture
Coastal Rotors
Scenic helicopter flights, heli fishing and island transfers
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery
Cape York Travel Tips
To make sure your adventure is safe and successful, take a look at these travel tips before travelling around the Far North of Queensland.
Located in Where To Go / Cape York Peninsula
Elim Beach Campsite
Located approximately 25 km outside Hopevale this shady beachfront campsite is the perfect base to see the Coloured Sands dune formations.
Located in Where To Stay / Hope Vale and Elim Beach
Fishing near Hope Vale
There are interesting fishing options in the Hope Vale region at Cape Bedford and along the McIvor River
Located in What To Do / Fishing & Boating
Fishing in the Rainforest Coast
The Bloomfield River is a stunning location for tropical fishing
Located in What To Do / Fishing & Boating
Fishing near Laura
Lakefield National Park, Princess Charlotte Bay, Bathurst Bay, Bathurst Heads and Cape Melville are the ultimate adventure fishing destinations
Located in What To Do / Fishing & Boating
Bennetts Tree Kangaroo
Bennetts Tree Kangaroo (bennettianus Dendrolagus) is one of two species of tree kangaroo to be found in Australia. This reclusive kangaroo may be spotted in trees along the Shipton’s Flat Road and Mungumby Creek area.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery / Wildlife
Birdwatching in and near Cooktown
Cooktown is an ideal place for bird watching, because there are four main geographical regions that meet here, each with its own set of special birds – Wet Tropics rainforest, Cape York Peninsula forests, coastal wetlands and mangroves, and the drier woodlands of the Laura and Battlecamp escarpments.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery / Wildlife