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Long sandy beaches and exposed rocky headlands complement low, open woodlands with an understorey of wattle and grasstree.
Smith Islands National Park is 45km north of Mackay and 30km from Seaforth. Access is by private or charter boat. The nearest boat ramp is at Seaforth; access is also possible from Mackay and Airlie Beach. Seaforth is 45km north of Mackay off the Bruce Highway. For information on charter boat operators in the area, see the tourism information links.
The Smith Islands are rugged and there are no wheelchair-accessible facilities or tracks on the island.
- No campfires
- Picnic tables
- Tent camping
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.