Hike Hinchinbrook Island – We transfer hikers to the world renowned THORSBORNE TRAIL on Hinchinbrook Island, offer DAY TRIPS and PRIVATE CHARTERS on the original Hinchinbrook Island Ferry.
“If you haven’t been to Hinchinbrook Island it should be on your bucket list”.
Discover the iconic Hinchinbrook Island, Australia’s largest Island National Parks located within the Great Barrier Reef. Hinchinbrook offers mountainous scenery, mysterious wetlands and pristine beaches. Discover the wildlife of North Queensland including birds, crocodiles, dolphins, turtles, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales.
Explore the beaches…
Hiking Hinchinbrook Island
Taking an island transfer with us, spectacular Ramsay Bay will be your first glimpse of the east coast of Hinchinbrook Island.
Roam the beach under the shadow of Mount Bowen North Queensland’s third highest mountain.
Climb Nina Peak for breathtaking views over Ramsay Bay and Missionary Bay on Hinchinbrook Island.
Thorsborne Trail Hiking
A minimum of three nights and four days is recommended for Thorsborne Trail hiking. Be prepared for extensive mangrove forests, rugged heath covered mountains, melaleuca swamps, deserted beaches and lush tropical rainforests.
Camping permits are required. Permits must be obtained through the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) before going to the island. To help minimise impact and to maintain the wilderness setting, permits are issued for a maximum of 40 people on the trail at any one time. The largest group size is six.
Bring your friends
to our piece of paradise…
Whether it’s tropical waterfalls, untouched beaches or rugged mountain ranges come and experience the magic of Hinchinbrook Island.
Zoe Falls drops into a beautiful rainforest lined swimming hole and is easily accessed from Zoe Bay. And Mulligan Falls is one of the most accessible falls on Hinchinbrook Island and is perfect for those hiking the Thorsborne Trail to relax and cool off.
HIKE HINCHINBROOK ISLAND WITH US
Book your island transfer today.