Hinchinbrook Island Resort
Hinchinbrook Island Wilderness Lodge is currently available for private bookings to groups, functions & weddings. Please contact us if you would like more information.
About The Resort
Hinchinbrook Island Resort presents an idyllic beauty where the wilderness warms your soul and the tranquillity calms your mind. Here is Hinchinbrook Island, Australia's largest island National Park, there is one hideaway resort – one oasis within nature's paradise. The resort complements the natural environment of the Island with 8 Beach Cabins and 15 Treetop Bungalows designed and located above ground to ensure a minimum of impact. Treetop Bungalow rooms offer a unique elevated position amongst the rainforest, each room with a deck for views. The Bungalows are connected by a winding timber boardwalk and present a spacious lounge with modern comforts, timber finishes, and a choice of one or two tastefully decorated bedrooms. A most comfortable choice with views to boot. Alternatively, our Beach Cabins boast two bedrooms each with their own vanity, modern bathroom and a large roofed verandah with a bar fridge and kitchenette – ideal for lounging or dining. The main resort area is beautifully designed to take advantage of the tropical ambience and its primary use is the spacious restaurant, lounge and bar which overlooks the pool with Orchid Beach and rainforest in the background.
If exploring is more for you then directly from the Lodge you have a selection of short easy strolls such as along Orchid Beach to Turtle Bay or up to Cape Richards where you look out over surrounding Islands. Canoe along Orchid Beach spotting Sea Turtles, snorkel or scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef at the Brook Islands, or try a half day walk to North Shepherd Beach where you can have a picnic lunch. For a serious challenge many walkers tackle a 4-day trek of the famous Thorsborne Trail and reward themselves with a few days at the Lodge afterwards. Well deserved rest awaits! The Lodge is only a 50 minute cruise from Port Hinchinbrook Marina but a world away from mainland Tropical North Queensland.