Hinchinbrook Island Cruises is a locally owned and operated business, providing day tours to Hinchinbrook Island and surrounds, as well as transferring hikers to the world-renowned Thorsborne Trail.
Hinchinbrook Island is the world’s largest Island National Park and is well known for its range of habitats including misty, heath-covered mountains, sandy beaches, paperbark and palm wetlands, and extensive woodlands. Patches of lush rainforest and eucalypt forest descend to a mangrove-fringed channel in the west, with sweeping bays and rocky headlands along the east coast.
You can choose from a range of day cruises, there is something for everyone. Some of the tours include both cruising in the boat and walking on the island and others you can just sit back and relax on the boat watching the amazing sights pass by. The choice is yours.
Service TypesAdventure and Outdoors Tours Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours Free Wifi
MembershipRegional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre
From $100 to $165
Australia’s largest island national park. Take a four-hour tour to Hinchinbrook Island and cruise through the majestic mangrove river system of Missionary Bay and explore Ramsay Bay’s unspoilt beach and the pristine waters around Hinchinbrook Island.
This tour is their most popular tour. Contact them for more information and departure dates and times.
Disabled AccessCarpark Family Friendly Pet Friendly - Enquire
From $100 to $165
Start your Thorsborne Trail hiking adventure at Cardwell where it is only a 45-minute boat trip to the Ramsay Bay Boardwalk on the northern end of Hinchinbrook Island. After finishing your 32-kilometre hike at George Point on the southern end of the island, enjoy the scenic return to Cardwell through the majestic Hinchinbrook Channel. You can either walk north to south or south to north or only part of the trail and return to the place you began. Three nights, four days are recommended to be the minimal time to walk the entire Thorsborne Trail.
Disabled AccessCarpark Family Friendly