Top 5 Things to do in Ingham

Ingham is a small town located just over 100 km from Townsville and 29km from the mouth of the Herbert River. Its location in the heart of the North Queensland tropics makes Ingham is a popular destination for those wanting to explore the region and all it has to offer. Here are the top five

Girringun National Park

Girringun National Park is a popular tourist destination for those wishing to enjoy unspoiled natural beauty and breathtaking scenery. The park in North Queensland is World Heritage listed, and part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. It is located 110 kilometres from Townsville and 50 kilometres from Ingham. Girrimgun National Park is divided into

Wallaman Falls

Wallaman Falls is a natural wonder that needs to be experienced in person to be appreciated. Located in Girringun National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Ingham, it is Australia’s highest single-drop waterfall. At its steepest point, the drop from Wallaman Falls is 268 metres. The crystal-clear water flows over several smaller cascades before

Best Short Walks in Girringun National Park

hiking Girringun National Park

Hiking Girringun National Park doesn’t have to involve hours of treacherous mountain scaling. Take a look at this guide to the best short walks in Girrungun National Park! Girringun National Park covers more than 208 550 ha, and has some of the most stunning scenery, fishing spots and walking trails in the Hinchinbrook Island region.

Hints for Hiking the Thorsborne Trail

Thorsborne Trail

The Thorsborne Trail is a 32 km hike which traverses Hinchinbrook Island’s stunning eastern coast. This Hinchinbrook Island walk, which takes about four days in total, is popular with experienced hikers and campers. Running from Nina Bay at the north end of the island to George Point, at the south end, the trail provides access

Five Reasons to Fish the Hinchinbrook Channel

Hinchinbrook Channel fishing

Hinchinbrook Channel fishing is well known for its plentiful species and excellent conditions. Many have heard stories about the joys of fishing the 50 km channel running between Oyster Point and Lucinda, but they have not yet experienced this special part of North Queensland for themselves. For serious fishermen and amateurs alike, the channel is