Home to a variety of different cultures
Hinchinbrook, Orpheus and the Palm Island Group are all related to the Indigenous Australians of North Queensland. Hinchinbrook is an island off the coast of North Queensland, and is one of the largest islands in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Orpheus Island is a small island located off the coast of North Queensland, and is part of the Palm Island Group. The Palm Island Group is made up of a number of islands, all of which are inhabited by Indigenous Australians. These islands are home to a variety of different cultures, and are renowned for their stunning natural beauty. The Indigenous Australians of North Queensland have a long and proud history, and their connection to these islands is an important part of their culture.