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  1. Thursday Island
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  3. Cairns
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  9. Torres Strait Islands
  10. Mossman
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Tropical North Queensland

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Wild, unspoilt, and adventurous by nature, Tropical North Queensland is home to two World Heritage-listed natural wonders and enough adventure to tick off the bucket list of even the most seasoned traveller.

In this sun-burnt corner of Australia, a deep connection with the reef and our ancient rainforests lures adventurers and un-winders from near and far to experience one of the world’s last remaining patches of untouched wilderness.

The laid-back, tropical centres of Cairns and Port Douglas are major gateways to the Great Barrier Reef and natural starting points for expeditions to the Gulf of Savannah and Cape York’s remote wilderness areas.

Disconnect from the world and pamper yourself at a rainforest eco-resort, spend a week diving the reef, or race down the rapids of the Barron river.

The choice is yours, and the options are endless.

  • Silky Oaks Lodge, Mossman
  • Exploring Tropical North Queensland
  • Great Barrier Reef, Tropical North Queensland
  • Port Douglas, Tropical North Queensland

Local Travel Information

  • Tropical North Queensland RTO website
  • Tropical North Queensland Visitor Information Centres
  • Tropical North Queensland Brochures
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