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Hook island

Hook Island is the second largest island in the Whitsundays. As you sail up to Hook Island you appreciate the rugged yet natural beauty of the island which is covered in native Hoop Pines backed by steep terrain. When it comes to smooth water anchorages, Hook Island offers a variety to cover winds from all directions. When winds come from the south, choice ranges from Stonehaven Bay, Caves Cove, Butterfly Bay, Luncheon Bay, Mantaray Bay, to Nara Inlet. When the winds are from the North, Saba Bay, Mackeral Bay, Nara Inlet, Macona Inlet and Ravens Cove. Hook Island also offers plenty of activities, from bush walking to see aboriginal artworks of the Ngaro people, to snorkelling on coral reefs, to bird watching with birds of prey such as white breast sea eagles and brahminy kites that live and nest in the area.   


White Breast Sea Eagle at Hook Island WhitsundaysSolway Lass anchored in Nara Inlet Hook IslandNgaro peoples sign at Hook Island Whitsundays