Lady Musgrave Island - Queensland
Lady Musgrave Island is an uninhabited coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef, one of the world’s greatest natural phenomenons and a World Heritage Listed Marine Park. Lady Musgrave Lagoon’s amazing colours and beauty are unsurpassed anywhere in the world, boasting an abundance of coral, fish and turtles.
Lady Musgrave Island is the only coral island on the Great Barrier Reef with a navigable lagoon - over eight kilometres in circumference. In summer, turtles come ashore to lay their eggs and thousands of seabirds nest in rookeries on the uninhabited island. The island is a national park and there are no shops or facilities ashore. However, camping wilderness style is permitted for up to 40 people at a time. Campers must take their own fresh water and food and all supplies for the ultimate in getaways. Lady Musgrave Island is a national park and as such there are no shops or facilities ashore
There are tour operators offer fulled guided tours of the reef and give you the opportunity to slip into the warm tropical waters – perfect any time of year for diving, swimming and snorkelling.
As a part of Capricornia Cays National Park, there is camping on the island for most of the year
See also Agnes Waters & Town of 1770
How to get to Lady Musgrave Island.
Accessible by boat from either Bundaberg or the Town of 1770
Photos courtesy - Tourism Queensland