Claremont Isles National Park Tropical North Queensland

Australian pelicans, Claremont Isles National Park. Photo: Queensland Government.

The islands are an important breeding and roosting habitat for a number of birds including seabirds. Fringing coral reefs and extensive seagrass beds offshore contribute to the conservation importance of these islands. To protect nesting birds, going ashore on these islands is to be avoided.

Location

Off the east coast of Cape York Peninsula, to the north of Princess Charlotte Bay, approximately 55km east of Coen and 245km north-west of Cooktown.

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Park facilities

  • No camping
  • Nesting birds

  • There are currently no park alerts for this park.