Brook Island is smaller
and made up of a North and South islands. These two islands
are used mainly by nesting birds it is requested not to
disturb the birds during nesting seasons. Birds typically
found here are the pied imperial pigeon estimated 40000
nesting pairs, bridled terns, black naped terns, roseate and
little terns. Beach stone curlews and rare species also
makes North Brook Island its home.
Access to the islands
is by Ferry, private boat or charter or sea kayak. Warning
Marine stingers are present during the warmer months.
Contact the local Parks and
Wildlife Service or visit the
QLD National parks, marine parks and forests website. In addition to our listed
online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your
destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.