Gloucester Islands National Park Whitsundays

Photo credit: Adam Creed © Queensland Government

Visiting Gloucester Islands safely

    Getting there and getting around

    Gloucester Islands National Park is more remote than some of the other parks in the Whitsundays, lying directly north of Cape Gloucester. Access is by private or commercial boat from Airlie Beach or Dingo Beach. Some commercial transfer companies drop off and collect campers. See tourism information links and arrange your passage before booking your campsite.

    If travelling by private vessel getting to the park can present navigational challenges. Always take the weather and tidal influences into account when boating in the Whitsundays. Ensure you read Planning your trip to the Whitsundays and Getting there and getting around the Whitsundays before your departure.

    Wheelchair accessibility

    There are no wheelchair-accessible facilities at Gloucester Islands National Park.

    Staying safe

    The islands are isolated. To enjoy a safe visit, read more about staying safe in national parks of the Whitsundays.

    Before you visit

    Ensure you read before you visit for national parks of the Whitsundays.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.