Molle Islands National Park, Long Island

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Molle Islands is a national park in North Queensland, Australia, 913 km northwest of Brisbane. The park covers several continental islands a short distance offshore including Long Island, Tancred Island, Repair Island, Planton Island, Goat Island, Denman Island and the majority of North Molle Island, Mid Molle Island and South Molle Island. The park features white sandy beaches, open eucalypt forests, rainforest-clad gullies and grasslands. The traditional owners of the islands were the Ngaro people.
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  • Excellent bush walking trails to some very beautiful and private bays for a swim, trails are well marked with directions and distances. From a safety perspective Palm Bay resort have a great system...  more »
  • We visited Pam Bay Resort so I did a different walking track each day. On Day 1 I walked to Sandy Bay. The path was clear of debris from Cyclone Debbie. In the past 6 months there has been only a.....  more »
  • Amazing to see what is left after the cyclones.
  • One of my favourite places
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