Claremont Isles National Park Tropical North Queensland

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

Visiting Claremont Isles safely

    Getting there and getting around

    Claremont Isles National Park, consisting of Burkitt, Fife and Pelican islands, is located in the Coral Sea, off the east coast of Cape York Peninsula. The park is offshore from Point Stewart, to the north of Princess Charlotte Bay, approximately 55km east of Coen and 270km north-west of Cooktown. To protect nesting birds, going ashore on these islands is to be avoided.

    Before you visit


    Domestic animals are not permitted on Claremont Isles National Park or on tidal lands adjacent to the park within the Great Barrier Reef Coast Marine Park. Tidal areas include beaches, rocks, mangroves and dunes.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.