Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort in Lucinda, near Ingham on Far North Queensland’s Cassowary Coast, is a four-star resort motel with million-dollar views of the Hinchinbrook Island National Park and direct access to boating, fishing and other tourism attractions. The Resort is the perfect getaway for company retreats, conferences, weddings, family reunions and other special events.
Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort has a private jetty, boat ramp and 33 family friendly motel, bungalow and apartment units that provide accommodation options to both small and large groups of guests. The modern, spacious and well-appointed rooms include 19 Resort Motel rooms that sleep up to three guests, 12 self-contained Resort Motel Bungalows for up to five guests and a self-contained Three-Bedroom Apartment for up to six guests
Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort is a gateway to Hinchinbrook Island National Park’s renowned sandy beaches, wildlife and walking tracks, as well as snorkelling, diving on the Great Barrier Reef and whale watching.
“Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort is nestled in stunning surroundings. It’s the sort of place that you end up returning to over and over again, either by yourself or with friends. Our family had an unforgettable time enjoying the great outdoors. The fishing was exceptional.”
“All in all a great place to relax, go fishing or explore the reef. A trek across Hinchinbrook Island is a once-in-a-lifetime experience – not to be missed!”
“I had an amzing time during my stay at Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort. The resort itself has been well looked after and has everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay, including swimming pools with incredible views across the water.”
The Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort in Lucinda, Queensland, has won an Australian Good Food and Travel Guide (AGFG) Readers’ Choice 2016 for Townsville and Surrounds.
Does this grainy image supplied by police in the Hinchinbrook Shire in Queensland, Australia, reveal that Hinchinbrook Island is being considered as a film location for the latest
Australian fisherman Micah Adams (right) lands a barramundi in the Hinchinbrook Island National Park near Lucinda in Far North Queensland.
The Hinchinbrook Island National Park marine area on the Great Barrier Reef is a popular fishing destination for people from not only Townsville and Cairns in Far North Queensland
Hinchinbrook Island’s Thorsborne Trail in tropical Far North Queensland has been named one of the Top 7 hiking trails in Australia by online travel and destination website Travel
The annual Hinchinbrook Family Fishing Classic 2014 organised by the Ingham Lions Club was a great success and fantastic time for all over the weekend of September 26-27.