Located approximately 600 km north of Cairns, Haggerstone Island is a secluded retreat adjacent to the isolated coast near the tip of Cape York. Offering the ultimate in privacy and relaxation, Haggerstone Island is just a few miles from the sprawling wonder of the northern Great Barrier Reef mainland coast. Accessible only by air from the neighbouring Hicks Island, Haggerstone is a truly unique destination.
The remote island is a wonderfully rare experience of small complexes of exotic timbre buildings, tropical gardens, dams and an orchard. The self-sustaining island is set in true wilderness country and displays nature at its best. Teeming with a range of marine and wild life, Haggerstone Island brings some of the world's most pristine coral gardens to your doorstep. Adjacent to the island you'll find the Outer Barrier Reef, home to one of the biggest Green Turtle rookeries in the world.
To continue that feeling of a remote paradise, Haggerstone Island only caters for a small number of guests at a time, generally from 8-10. However getting back to nature doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the creature comforts. On Haggerstone Island you'll live well, eat well and enjoy this unique base from which to relax and explore.
The lagoons, reefs and open ocean surrounding Haggerstone Island are an underwater wonderland of marine life, shipwrecks and WWII artefacts that are best explored snorkelling or scuba diving. With miles of pristine beaches, the ideal tropical climate, a tranquil and remote location with plenty of adventures to be had, Haggerstone Island is a fantastic experience perfectly complimented by fine cuisine, well-appointed accommodation not short on comfort.
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All meals are prepared from island-grown produce including fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs and delicious seafood is caught from the local waters and cooked on the same day. Plenty of coconuts are grown on Haggerstone Island and are extensively used in their dishes. Without a fancy restaurant on the island you can enjoy your meals by the lagoon, under the stars.
At no extra charge, you can take out a 40-foot jet boat to explore the local area and try your hand at spearfishing; or if you choose, snorkel with the marine life and gaze upon the stunning colourful coral gardens. Plenty of other complimentary activities are available including oyster gathering, island walks, mud crabbing, kayaking, waterskiing, wakeboarding and bird watching.
For an extra fee, discover Haggerstone Island from above with a chartered helicopter and fly over untouched river systems, waterfalls, sand-cays and mountainous sand dunes.