Gloucester Island National Park, Hydeaway Bay

#201 of 254 in Nature in Queensland
Island · Hidden Gem · National Park
Gloucester Island is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 950 km northwest of Brisbane. It is visible from the town of Bowen. The island was seen and erroneously named "Cape Gloucester" by British explorer James Cook in 1770. The name "Cape Gloucester" has been used informally for areas on or near Gloucester Island.
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  • Well worth the drive to this truly stunning area of Aus! Just down the road be sure to drop in to Montes Reef Resort for a delicious lunch.  more »
  • Amazing sunset with a cocktail in hand. We didn't stay here but the accommodation looked amazing. Cabins overlooking the beach. Definitely worth the trip out from Dingo beach or Airlie  more »
  • Much nicer than the real Gloucester
  • Stunning

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