For those who have already been there, done that and got the t-shirts, Queensland’s Wild North offers endless opportunities to get in touch with your inner Bear Grylls.
As you leave the comfort of paved roads for the rugged tracks leading north from Cooktown to Cape York, you are guaranteed a life-changing adventure in one of the world’s last remaining wilderness areas.
Travel in the footsteps of the first explorers and learn more about the indigenous history and traditions of the Torres Strait, grab a front row seat at a shark feed on the remote Osprey Reef, or enjoy the tranquillity of the unspoilt Haggerstone Island.
Whatever rocks your socks, you will find it in abundance in Queensland’s Wild North. So forget about mobile phones and city convenience, and prepare for an expedition into untamed territory that will touch your soul.
The Great Barrier Reef off
Here's your chance to get up close and personal with our resident 150 kg potato cods, or if you come during the winter season, say hello to visiting pods of minke whales and dolphins.
Dive the world famous waters of the Cod Hole at Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef and come face to face with our awe-inspiring marine life.
As the traditional story-keepers you will hear stories and insights into indigenous culture and society with friendly smiles.
Take the family for a Robinson Crusoe style island adventure on the Great Barrier Reef at Haggerstone Island Guesthouse.
Accessible only by air to a neighbouring island, the island offers an adventurer’s paradise surrounded by true wilderness teeming with fish and bird life, and some of the most pristine coral gardens in the world.
Looking for a dive experience out of the ordinary? Come for a liveabord cruise with Mike Ball Dive Expeditions to the Coral Sea's most northerly reef and witness a live shark feed with up to 80 sharks at one time.
On the steeping walls of Osprey Reef you have the chance to come face-to-face with grey reef sharks, silvertips, dogtooth tuna, and seasonal schooling hammerhead sharks cruising the depths in search for food.