Cape York

  • RMS Quetta

    One of Queensland’s most spectacular and least dived shipwrecks is the RMS Quetta. In 1890 the RMS Quetta, 120 metre [more…]

  • Little Annan Gorge

    Little Annan Gorge is a gorge and swimming hole on the Anna River near Cooktown. It is safe to swim [more…]

  • Raine Island

    Hosting the largest green turtle rookery in the world, Raine Island is an excellent dive site to encounter dozens of [more…]

  • Milbi Wall (The Story Wall)

    To acknowledge the significance of the first known European contact with the Aboriginal people of the area, Cook Shire Council [more…]

  • Ashs Holiday Units and Ashs at the Point Cafe

    Ash’s has a range of facilities and services – pool, barbecue area, laundry, fish cleaning facilities, free guest Wi-Fi and [more…]

  • Wik & Kugu Art Centre

    The Wik and Kugu Arts and Crafts Centre is located in Aurukun – a small, remote Indigenous community on the [more…]

  • Cardiac Challenge

    The Cardiac Challenge is a three-day camping and recreational cycle ride in the September school holidays.

  • Weipa Fishing Classic

    Three days of non-stop fishing action – Cape York’s premier and most exciting fishing competition. Local and interstate anglers compete for a record prize pool of more than $100,000 up for grabs.

  • NPA Culture Festival – Keep the Flame of Culture Burning

    Cultural dance groups, cultural food and local arts/craft stalls with traditional carving workshops, art exhibitions, history walks and local tours.

  • Fishing from Cairns to Cape York

    Cairns to Cape York is an angler’s Nirvana: a pristine environment that is both challenging and inspiring. With the largest diversity of fish species in Australia and the ability to fish all year round, a visit to Tropical North Queensland should be on everyone’s bucket-list.