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There are four villages that are collectively known as Mission Beach:

  • South Mission Beach

  • Wongaling Beach (Bali Hai Location)

  • North Mission Beach

  • Bingil Bay


Mission Beach is a relaxed yet vibrant beachfront town with over 14 kilometres of magnificent golden sandy beaches.  Here, two world heritage areas, The Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics Rainforest come together to form a tropical paradise.  In many places the rainforest literally fringes stretches of pristine golden beach giving Mission Beach a reputation as an ideal natural holiday choice.

While you are here enjoy golf, kayaking, cassowary spotting, reef and estuary fishing, rainforest hikes, jet skiing, crocodile spotting, picnicking on one of the many surrounding islands, bird watching, market shopping, bike riding, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.  A day trip will have you enjoying the beautiful Atherton Tablelands, historic Paronella Park, Hinchinbrook Island, Josephine Falls and so much more.

For the more adventurous there is skydiving and white water rafting.  Less than 5 kilometres offshore of Mission Beach is Dunk Island, renowned along the east coast of Queensland.  The Great Barrier Reef is only 38 kilometres away making Mission Beach the closest mainland access.

If you don’t have a boat or want to go on a fishing charter good fishing can also be had from the beach out the front of the park, Clump Point boat ramp area, Perry Harvey Jetty, or secluded spots like Brooks Beach or Garners Beach at the northern end of Bingil Bay.  Hopefully, you will catch a glimpse of a Cassowary or two in the rainforest as well.

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