Raine Island National Park (Scientific) Tropical North Queensland

Raine Island has unique natural and cultural values. Photo credit: Queensland Government

The world’s largest known rookery for the vulnerable green turtle and the most significant seabird rookery in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, Raine Island is jointly managed with Traditional Owners and is not accessible to the public.


Approximately 620km north-west of Cairns, offshore from Cape York Peninsula

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Park facilities

  • No access

  • There are currently no park alerts for this park.