A coastline that stretches through scattered patches of paradise providing the shortest route from beach to reef along the way.
At its beating heart lies the sleepy paradise destination of Mission beach, spanning 14 kilometres of palm fringed sand. Hop around the many islands the frame the Great Barrier Reef such as Hinchinbrook Island, Dunk Island, and Bedarra Island.
Explore (with CAUTION) the nestled rainforests that call home to the coast’s namesakes – the endangered Cassowary bird. Found amongst the natural habitat is the many flowing rivers of the region with world famous reputation for its fury – The Tully River, which in 2019 hosted the World Rafting Championships.