Brampton Island

Situated at the base of the Whitsundays Island Passage, Brampton Island is located off the coast of Mackay and offers 12 stunning beaches to enjoy. Surrounded by stunning National Park, the island boasts minimal interruption to the natural environment. The National Park itself is disturbed only by a few kilometres of walking trails and is home to over 50 species of birds.

Unlike more of the islands off Queensland's tropical coast, Brampton enjoys its own coral reef right off the main beach. Maintaining an exclusive and unspoilt atmosphere, Brampton Island is one of few unique Whitsunday Island destinations that do not allow day trippers to intrude on the peace and tranquillity of the island.

Seven of Brampton Island's most popular beaches are easily accessed from walking tracks through the National Park and there are a number of fringing reefs located offshore that are teeming with an amazing variety of colourful marine life and coral. Surrounded by the brilliant blue waters of the Great Barrier Reef, Brampton Island enjoys fantastic snorkelling opportunities.

A tropical island paradise, Brampton Island enjoys the best of both worlds offering plenty of ways to relax including lazing on the beach, strolling through the jungle or treating yourself to the spectacular calming views. However there are also an excellent range of activities available on the island including a variety of water sports, tennis, archery, hiking, snorkelling, golf, catamaran sailing and more.