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Cardwell Van Park

107 Roma St, Cardwell QLD 4849

Cardwell is situated on the waterfront of the Northern entrance to the Hinchinbrook Channel. Adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef to the east and the Wet Tropics Rainforest to the west. Renowned for its great fishing, crabbing, prawning and natural attractions. Cardwell van park offers cabin accommodation and powered sites. Cabins are air conditioned with fully equipped kitchen. Park facilities include campers kitchen and covered BBQ.

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Hinchinbrook Rent A Yacht And House Boat

Port Hinchinbrook Marina, Cardwell QLD 4849

Offering the boating enthusiast a variety of yachts, motor cruisers and houseboats for a "self drive" style boating holiday. Get away, relax, fish and explore the fantastic Hinchinbrook Island waterways which include Dunk Island, the Family Group and Brook Islands. No licence required.

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Mudbrick Manor

Lot 13 Stoney Creek Road, Cardwell QLD 4849

Mudbrick Manor is located at Cardwell North Qld, the gateway to World famous Hinchinbrook Island National Park. The Manor boasts a choice of 3 rooms with queen and single beds, ensuites, split system air-conditioning, telephone, fridge, TV, VCR and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a double room with ensuite situated at the front of the Manor. The room rate includes full hot breakfast of your choice, complimentary drink on arrival, FREE use of board games, video/book library, swimming pool with spa and undercover garage parking. Lunch and dinner can be provided by arrangement. Mudbrick Manor has function facilities to cater for weddings, parties, meetings, workshops and conferences.

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Cardwell Beachcomber Motel & Tourist Park

43a Marine Parade, Cardwell QLD 4849

Cardwell Beachcomber Motel and Tourist Park is located on the beachfront in the seaside village of Cardwell, a leisurely two hour drive from Cairns or Townsville along the "Great Green Way"(Highway 1). Cardwell is within an easy drive of Cairns and Townsville airports and is serviced by national bus lines and Queensland Rail.

Action packed or sit back and relax. Cardwell is renowned for its great fishing and crabbing and is the gateway to the world famous Hinchinbrook Island and Thorsborne Walking Trail. Cardwell is a boaties paradise with miles of sheltered creeks and waterways to explore and numerous islands and reefs offshore, offering excellent reef fishing.

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Kookaburra Holiday Park

175 Bruce Highway, Cardwell QLD 4849

Rated at 3 and a half Stars (AAA Tourism) we aim to exceed expectations and proudly offer to all our guests a wide range of clean, quality accommodation at an affordable price.

Catering for all budgets, the Kookaburra has all accommodation types, covering camping, backpackers, cabins, motel units and villas.With a sparkling swimming pool, 3 Free undercover BBQ areas, laundry, fishing hand-lines and golf clubs for hire, you will always find something to do.

Family owned and operated, you can be sure that there will be a friendly face to greet you and to provide assistance with all your needs. Sorry, no pets allowed.

The Moorings North

25 Poinciana, Cardwell QLD 4849
Our rooms are designed with your comfort in mind for 2 to 3 people. Modern, up-market apartment style accommodation awaits you during your stay in Port Hinchinbrook. Please consolidate our website for further information.
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Cardwell Beach Motel

1 Scott St, Cardwell QLD 4849
The Cardwell Beachfront Motel and Holiday units have six fully self contained units, and six motel units which are 20 metres from the beach. The motel units accommodate up to two guests while the holiday units accommodate up to four. The two roomed units accommodate up to six guests. All units are airconditioned and have sea and mountain views. All units have outdoor settings with a free barbecue available. The accommodation is just metres to the beach, 200 metres to the jetty, is great for fishing, has ample parking for boats and has a fish cleaning table. The units are within walking distance to all of Cardwell's amenities.

Lyndoch Motor Inn

215 Victoria Street, Cardwell QLD 4849

Motel Cardwell | Beach Front Accommodation Cardwell | Accommodation Cardwell

1 Scott Street, Cardwell QLD 4849
Hi we are Cardwell Beach Motel. Our 12 rooms cater for a range of guests. Whether it's an overnight stay, extended break or longer term, we have a room to suit you. Cardwell is a small seaside town that straddles the Bruce Highway and fronts the magnificent Hinchinbrook Channel and Island.
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Cardwell Beachfront Motel

1 Scott Street, Cardwell QLD 4849
The Cardwell Beachfront Motel is exactly that - a motel right on the beachfront in the centre of the Cardwell village. Guests have the choice of motel rooms or self-contained apartments, all with expansive ocean views from the common verandahs. Cardwell is a historic seaside town (150 years old) on the Bruce Highway famous for its' fishing and relaxed lifestyle. In 2011, Cyclone Yasi devastated the town, but after a 30 million dollar makeover, Cardwell now boasts a 4.5 kilometre informative waterfront walkway, new playgrounds, a community ampitheatre, award-winning information centre - all with a view to Hinchinbrook and nearby islands that stops traffic! The friendly Cardwell Beachfront Motel oozes character, with one strict rule: "if you want something, please ask". The rates are very competitive, and the retro-style rooms are being renovated one by one by the new owner/managers. Guests can enjoy the modern, inground swimming pool looking out to the Coral Sea, as well as free WiFi, ample parking (including boats) and complimentary laundry facilities. Staying at the Cardwell Beachfront Motel is an experience that you will want to repeat over and over!
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Cardwell Beachcomber Motel and Tourist Park

43a Marine Parade, Cardwell QLD 4849
Located on the beachfront, Cardwell Beachcomber Motel and Tourist Park is in the heart of the Great Green Way (highway A1), a leisurely two hour drive from Townsville or Cairns. Cardwell is a seaside town surrounded by world heritage listed areas, offering a diverse and stunning range of natural attractions. The Hinchinbrook Channel, nearby islands and coral reefs offer great boating, fishing and crabbing. The newly refurbished beachfront motel rooms all offer spectacular views over the Hinchinbrook Passage to Hinchinbrook, Goold and Dunk Islands. They offer Standard and Executive rooms providing accommodation for up to four guests. Executive rooms offer King size beds and microwaves, and all rooms offer free movies with Foxtel. The Tourist Park covers six tropical acres and offers shady powered and unpowered sites and self contained cabin style accommodation. Their new Ocean View Villas offer the ultimate in family accommodation, with two bedrooms, full kitchen,upstairs mezzanine level and large outdoor deck facing the ocean. We also offer budget accommodation with shared kitchen facilities, ideal for backpackers and workers. FREE Wi Fi now available. The Cardwell Beachcomber Motel and Tourist Park has a licensed beachfront bar and restaurant offering fresh local seafood, great steaks and homemade pizza.

Hinchinbrook Island National Park

Hinchinbrook Island, Cardwell QLD 4849
Hinchinbrook is one of Australia's most impressive and rugged continental islands. Hinchinbrook Channel, which separates the island from the mainland, is renowned for its variety of mangroves and dugong populations. The island's cloud-covered mountains support fragile heaths, and rainforest and eucalypt forests descend to a mangrove-lined channel in the west with bays, beaches and rocky headlands along the east coast. The island lies within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and its surrounding marine park waters, fringing reefs and seagrass beds are home to some vulnerable species, including dugong and green turtles. This island park offers isolation and wilderness. Take a short walk from Macushla to Cape Richards, North Shepherd or South Shepherd bays. Enjoy bird watching and experience vibrant wildflower displays in spring. Trek along the remote east coast Thorsborne Trail for four to seven days or explore the island's coastline by sea kayak, bush camping along the way. Book early to avoid disappointment....


Cardwell, Cardwell QLD 4849
Cardwell lies in the heart of the Great Green Way driving route, and is the gateway to Hinchinbrook Island - the largest Island National Park in Australia. Made up of a diverse range of landscapes, Cardwell is the perfect place to relax or be adventurous. Settled in 1864, Cardwell was the first settlement north of Bowen and is the only town in the world where two world heritage listed areas adjoin. The first being the wet tropics world heritage area, starting north of Townsville and finishing south of Cooktown. And the second - the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park world heritage area. Cardwell offers a range of attractions, site seeing, annual events and historical places to visit. The Cardwell Rainforest and Reef Visitor Information Centre has a magnificent interpretative display capturing all the flora and fauna native to the area. Staff at the Centre provide expert advice on points of interest, along with information on the region's history. Cardwell also offers a wide range of accommodation. Cardwell's Port Hinchinbrook provides a Marina, public boat ramp and repairs and maintenance facilities for anglers and boaties. It is widely acknowledged that Cardwell is ranked second to none when it comes to all-weather and all-tide boating and fishing in the north. The public boat ramp is free of charge. With 22 islands off the coast and the spectacular Hinchinbrook channel offering 45 kilometres of fully protected boating and fishing- it's a boaties paradise. Cardwell lies about an hour's drive south of Mission Beach. ...

Edmund Kennedy, Girramay National Park

Clift Road, Cardwell QLD 4849
This scenic part of Girramay National Park features lowland rainforest, open eucalypt forest, paperbark woodland, sedge swamps and extensive mangrove forests as well as secluded beaches with island views. The park's swamps are flooded by wet season rains flowing from coastal ranges, and, as the flood waters subside, the swamps become a tranquil setting, the water stained with tannin from the tea-trees. This diverse wetland park is in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the beach to the mouth of Wreck Creek (5 kilometre return). Birdwatch and have a picnic at Rockingham Bay day-use area with views of 13 offshore islands. Walk the newly-replaced boardwalk through a mangrove forest still recovering from a cyclone. Visit the Arthur Thorsborne Aboretum near the park entrance for a shady picnic and discover local rainforest plants along the short, wheelchair-accessible loop track....

Goold Island National Park

Goold Island, Cardwell QLD 4849
Offshore from Cardwell, in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, this tall forested island features granite outcrops overlooking white sandy beaches. Dugong and sea turtles feed on seagrass beds in shallow waters surrounding the island. The area is significant to Aboriginal people and the island contains reminders of their special culture, including middens and fish traps. Relax, bush camp and picnic on the Spit (Western Beach) and enjoy superb views of nearby Hinchinbrook Island. Explore the island on walking tracks, ranging from four kilometres to 15 kilometres return, through open eucalypt woodland and rock-hopping around the beaches. Explore patches of rainforest flourishing in rocky gullies. Watch mudskippers and crabs amongst the mangroves. In summer, listen for Pied Imperial-pigeons as they feed in the rainforest then fly off in the afternoon to nest on nearby Brook Island....

Cardwell UFO Festival

Bracenose Street, Cardwell QLD 4849
The Cardwell UFO Festival highlights the extra-terrestrial activities around Cardwell. This annual event begins on Saturday morning with a monster market day filled with family fun activities and visitors from throughout the Universe. Saturday night is where the local party with the visitors as the Alien Invasion costume party. Also on Saturday is the C-Files forum this forum is the highlight of the festival for many visitors, a informative morning with guest speakers and visitors can listen to and share their personal experiences of all things unexplained. The festival sees visitors from all over Planet Earth come to visit their little seaside village - Cardwell....