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Goold Island National Park

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Goold Island. Photo: NPRSR

Goold Island. Photo: NPRSR

Welcome

The Bandjin and Girramay Aboriginal people are the Traditional Owners of Goold Island. They welcome you to their country—a land of lush vegetation where today there are reminders of their special culture, including middens and fish traps.

Location

17 kilometres offshore from Cardwell, about 180 kilometres south of Cairns

What's special

A tropical island off Cardwell, Goold Island is a tall, forested hill with granite outcrops, eucalypt woodlands and sandy beaches. Camping on the island and boating nearby are popular activities.

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Last updated
13 December 2013