The Hinchinbrook Marine Cove Resort offers stunning views of the Hinchinbrook Island National Park, Australia’s largest island national park. Together with the nearby Goold Island National Park, Brook Islands National Park and Family Islands National Park, Hinchinbrook Island National Park form an important part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Accordingly, eco-tourism features prominently in holiday options available in the area, including eco-tours throughout the Hinchinbrook Channel ecosystem and to Hinchinbrook Island itself, which offers restricted access to ensure the pristine environment is maintained for future generations. However, trips to the island and its world-class hikes or treks and camping experience can be easily arranged.
Hinchinbrook Wilderness Safaris provides daily one-way or return transfers to Hinchinbrook Island National Park, the largest island that forms part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, among many other services. Hinchinbrook Wilderness Safaris is the only operator offering transfers, including to Mulligan Bay, Bluff Creek and Zoe Bay. Hinchinbrook Island must be seen to be believed, and the Hinchinbrook trail is among the finest in the world, offering hikers treks of between two to seven days. Hikers can experience the full outdoor experience, from mountain streams and stunning waterfalls, to tropical beaches fringed by lush tropical rainforest, all set against the magnificent backdrop of the Great Barrier Reef or cloud-covered mountain peaks. Hinchinbrook Wilderness Safaris also specialises in eco-tours of the Hinchinbrook Channel, a Queensland state marine park, with tours of the unique environment lasting from 2.5 to four hours. And the marine life is spectacular, from an abundance of fresh water fish to salt water crocodiles to the elusive dugong.
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