Fitzroy Island

Fitzroy Island is an island with a rainforest that covers it and its coral reef system that surrounds it. The island has an area of 838 acres (339ha), length / width of 2.8km with 1.5km and 375m above sea level. In 1770, James Cook named the island after Prime Minister Augustus Henry Fitzroy. The island has a lighthouse, a farm of large shells, a hotel with about 100 rooms and is marked as a national park, “Fitzroy Island National Park” because of its importance and beauty. It also has a lot of granite rocks, so it reminds a lot of the Seychelles.

The pictures show the uniqueness of this island and the beauty it possesses: