Gould Island

  Gould Island is a tropical island two hours easy cruising from Port Hinchinbrook. The Island has a tall, forested hill with granite outcrops, eucalypt woodlands and sandy beaches. Many secluded coves with golden orchid encrusted boulders and creeks hidden behind mangroves create a wonderfully interesting shoreline.

The Bandjin Aboriginal people are the traditional owners of Gould Island, a land of lush vegetation where today there are reminders of their special culture, including middens and fish traps. Gould Island is the ideal short trip for those wanting to get away for a spot of fishing, swimming and relaxing on the beautiful coconut palm lined beach.