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Island, Green Island, Lizard Island.
the islands provide accommodation and all sorts of
Island: is 25 km from
the Cairns mainland. This beautiful 339 hectares of
unspoiled region is a rainforest National Park.
Daily catamaran services run from Cairns.
Scuba dive, snorkel on the
Great Barrier Reef, stroll the beautiful white sandy
beaches or just relax.
Did you know: That
Fitzroy Island was named by James Cook during his
voyage back in 1770. Click here for more
Island: is part of a protected Marine Park and is
surrounded by the beautiful Rainforest and Coral Reef.
This 15 hectare Island is a 45 minute cruise from
the Cairns mainland. Snorkel or Scuba dive among the marine
life or view it from a
glass bottom boat or semi-submersible. Showers,
change rooms, shops and beach hire equipment are
available. Relax on the beach or stroll through the National
Island accommodation is a luxury resort with all the modern
Island: 240km off the Cairns
mainland it is Australia's furthermost island. This 1000
hectare rainforest clad Island was in 1939
declared a National Park. Daily flights from Cairns
connect to this secluded, picturesque Island retreat which has
resort style accommodation.
- Facilities include
Snorkelling, motorised dinghies, deep sea diving,
fishing bush walking and glass bottom boat. The Island
has a research
station. Campers must obtain a permit from The
National Parks & Wildlife Service Cairns.
- Did you know:
European to explore Lizard island was Lt.
James Cook. He anchored in one of the bays
where he then climbed to the top of a hill (now known as
Cook's Look ) to survey a suitable safe passage away
from the Island. James Cook anchored in one
of the bays where he then
climbed to the top of a hill (now known as Cook's
Look) to survey a suitable safe passage away from the