Welcome to Visit Green Island, your official city guide to Green Island on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Find things to do on Green Island, Green Island attractions and sightseeing, Green Island events, and Green Island accommodation.
Plan your trip to Green Island with useful traveller information.
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White sandy beaches surround green Island. In the middle of the Island is a rainforested area.
Find things to do Green Island, Green Island attractions and sightseeing, Green Island events, and Green Island accommodation. Plan your trip to Green Island with useful traveller information.
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Whether you’re looking for things to do on Green Island, such as attractions, essential traveller information to make your visit run smoothly or are planning where to stay, you’ll find everything you need for your holiday on visitgreenisland.com.au.
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Make sure to discover Green Island’s unique double offering of coral cay and rainforest and range of entertainment and dining options.
Whether you’re looking for a half-day getaway on Green Island or planning a more extended visit, you can be sure you’ll find all the information you need.
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Green Island: Eco Walk Self-Guided At first glance, Green Island seems like a tiny and insignificant blob in the middle of the Coral Sea — it has a circumference of just 1.6km and only 25 people. Yet look a little deeper, and you’ll realize that it’s home to a thriving ecosystem. The island is the only coral cay (of 300) on the Great Barrier Reef with a rainforest. It also boasts 100+ plant species, from coastal plants evolved to withstand the dry beach conditions to dense vines growing among the humidity and trees. Not to mention the clear waters and breathtaking reef surrounding the island. No trip to the Cairns area or Great Barrier Reef is complete without stopping by...Read more