Brampton Island is part of the Brampton Islands National Park, regarded as one of the most scenic on the Queensland coast. The channel between the two islands provides excellent opportunities for snorkelling, and is so shallow that, at low tide, you can walk between the two. Brampton has twelve beautiful beaches, many of them easily accessible by walking trails. The island's resort is relatively small, and with no day trippers to disrupt the peace and solitude, you will enjoy a tranquility here that is difficult to find on some of the more developed islands.

Aerial view of Brampton Island, in the Whitsunday Islands, Tropical North Queensland. This expansive National Park Island is surrounded by clear waters, exquisite beaches, coral gardens and an array of National Park walking tracks, all offering spectacular views over the Whitsunday Passage and surrounding islands. The island's highest point, Peak Lookout, is 214 metres above sea level. Just off shore is an assorted range of fringing reefs where you can discover an incredible variety of marine life and soft and hard corals.

To an extent, Brampton Island can be whatever you want it to be. Without the hustle and bustle of some of the larger resorts, Brampton can be the ideal spot for a romantic getaway. Your days can be fast paced and furious with activities and water sports, or you could watch the view from the swimming pool, and treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage, facial or body wrap in The Sea Spa. Your accommodation is nestled amidst lush landscaped gardens, stunning salt water and fresh water pools. And after the sun sets, there's themed nights and live entertainment to keep you entertained.


Apart from the obvious island activities, like swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving, Brampton Island conceals a number of 'secret' places which you can explore on the island's 11 kilometres of walking tracks. The island is alive with abundant wildlife, including grey kangaroos and noisy cockatoos. Resort staff host guided resort walks including a garden walk, night walk and a birds and butterflies walk.


The luxurious Brampton Island Resort, once a favourite for honeymoooners, has been closed since it was badly damaged by a cyclone. There are rumours of a sale and redevelopment. This page is still under construction. Please check back, or drop us an email