About The Wild North

Heading north way past the glitz of Port Douglas to the wilderness of Cape York Peninsula, it’s in the Wild North that you can combine your exploration of the World Heritage-listed double act of the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest with a rugged, outback experience.

You will find an array of accommodation options in both Cooktown and the northern village of Bamaga. The townships along the Cape York Peninsula offer mainly camping facilities and 4WD access so make sure you plan your trip in advance!

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Heading north way past the glitz of Port Douglas to the wilderness of Cape York Peninsula, it’s in the Wild North that you can combine your exploration of the World Heritage-listed double act of the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest with a rugged, outback experience.

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Places to See in the Wild North

Pajinka at Sunset, Cape York

Bamaga

Bamaga

A journey to Bamaga will have you immersed in the remote, rugged and historical beauty of Australia’s northern Cape York Peninsula.

Cape York, The Wild North

Cape York Peninsula

Cape York Peninsula

Discover the wild and rugged national parks, hidden beaches, unique wildlife, rich history and remote islands of Australia’s northern tip, Cape York Peninsula.

4WD adventures, Cooktown

Cooktown

Cooktown

Venture to one of Australia’s most unique coastal townships and immerse yourself in the rich historical, cultural and natural beauty of Cooktown.

Aerial of Lizard Island, The Wild North

Lizard Island

Lizard Island

This tiny touch of paradise offers 24 stunning white sandy beaches, national park surrounds and is uniquely located in the centre of inner and outer reef systems as well as fringing reefs. Lizard Island is also home to the famous Cod Hole dive site and the northernmost luxury resort on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Islands

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