Ocean Ports of Call

Hinchinbrook Island - Qld - Australia Highlights:
National Park, Rainforest wildlife
Named in 1770 by Captain James Cook, Hinchinbrook Island is located off the northeastern coast of Queensland, 60 miles (95 km) northeast of Townsville. Hinchinbrook is the largest of the continental islands off the Queensland coast, and is also the world's largest island National Park. This Park is thickly wooded and mountainous and features waterfalls, caves, extensive rainforest wildlife and rugged bluffs over 3,000 feet (900 m) high including Mount Bowen, Mount Diamantina, and The Thumb. The island boasts some spectacular walking trails.

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