Cape York Peninsula is a huge finger of land that stretches to the northhernmost point of the continent, falling just 140 kilometres short of New Guinea across the island-studded Torres Strait. Cape York Peninsula comprises an area larger than mainland Greece, but has a population of less than 20,000. This is a frontier land, and access to many areas is air, sea, or - when passable - unsealed outback roads.

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