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Flinders Group National Park

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Castle Peaks is a distinctive landmark in the approach to Stanley Island.

Castle Peaks is a distinctive landmark in the approach to Stanley Island.

Welcome

The Aboriginal Traditional Owners, the Yiithuwarra or 'saltwater people' of the Flinders Group islands, welcome visitors to their country and ask that they respect this very special place.

Location

340 km north of Cairns, adjacent to Princess Charlotte Bay on the eastern Cape York Peninsula

What's special

These ruggedly attractive and remote islands share their geology with the spectacular Cape Melville on the mainland, and contain some of Australia's most significant Aboriginal cultural sites.

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Last updated
20 February 2013