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The longest serving ferry company operating to Hinchinbrook IslandExperience, cruising and fishing the splendid wilderness of
Hinchinbrook Island and the waters of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Hinchinbrook Island Cruises and Dean Beech Sports Fishing has a large fleet of vessels crewed by experienced skippers with a wealth of local knowledge to make your time on the water truly memorable.

Being the longest serving ferry company operating to both ends of the Thorsborne Trail, we are able to offer the most convenient and affordable transfers for those walking this world renowned trail. We can deliver to and pick up from either the northern or southern end before and after your trek from either Cardwell or Lucinda.

Book our Complete Round Trip Thorsborne Trail Transfer Package OR the Complete One Direction Thorsborne Trail Transfer Package OR the Complete One End Only Return Transfer Package and we’ll look after the rest.


George Point pick up times change daily due to the tides, click here to download schedule.

If you need a lift from Cardwell Township to the Port Hinchinbrook Public Boat Ramp, we can organise a Taxi transfer for $5.00 per person, just let us know.

Based in Cardwell, North Queensland,  we provide a range of options including boat transfers to the islands and the Thorsborne Trail from Cardwell and Lucinda, various cruises and guided fishing charters. Discover the magnificent wilderness of Hinchinbrook Island and Channel, Australia’s largest island national park.

Most of our Tours and Transfers depart and return to Port Hinchinbrook, Cardwell. See our “Find Us in Cardwell” page for directions to our location in Cardwell.

The Deluge Inlet Tour and some of the southern end Thorsborne Trail Transfers operate from our Lucinda location. See our “Find Us in Lucinda” page for directions to our location in Lucinda.

Hinchinbrook Island CruisesThorsborne Trail & island transfersDiscover this magnificent wilderness

Check out our new Billboards on the Bruce Highway, see if you can spot them going both North and South.


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