The Thorsborne Trail

2 days to 5 days

28.7 km

↑ 793 m
↓ -791 m

Hard track
Starting from the boardwalk on Hinchinbrook Island, this multi-day walk takes you to George Point Campsite, visiting Nina Peak, Banksia Campsite and Mulligan Falls along the way. This walk is one of the well-known walks that allow bushwalkers to traverse in between different settings through their journey and is pretty suitable for adventurous spirits that want to isolate themselves a little while enjoying the island's natural habitat. You can walk along the pristine beaches and enter lush forests, including dense mangroves and tall eucalyptus. It is also possible to encounter wildlife as the area is relatively remote and untouched. There are commercial ferries that arrive at the boardwalk, and it is also possible to use private ones. The greatest time to visit the area is between April and September as the walk can be more demanding during summer. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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