Flinders Group National Park, Qld

The Flinders Island Group comprises seven islands that lie off Cape Melville in Princess Charlotte Bay, approximately 350km north of Cairns.

Of the seven islands in the group, the two larger islands, Stanley and Flinders Islands, are rugged continental islands. The other islands in the group include Clack, Maclear, Denham, Blackwood and King.

Enjoy magnificent scenery, rugged escarpments, cliffs, eucalyptus forests, and sheltered bays at Flinders Group National Park. The islands' slopes are covered in woodlands, mixed vine thickets, open heath and grasslands. Salt flats and mangrove forests occur in intertidal areas. Fringing reefs and highly diverse seagrass meadows surround the islands. The island group supports a variety of land and seabirds.

Things to do & see

* Visit Aboriginal rock art sites
* View wildlife
* Fishing
* Guided tours
* Hiking

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD$)
Language – English
Land Area – 30.0 km²
Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centered below Australian style
Time – GMT plus ten hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 61

Transport Links - A popular anchorage for cruising yachts, the islands can be reached by small boat from Bathurst Heads or Cape Melville in suitable weather and tide conditions.

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