Brampton Island is part of the Cumberland Group of islands and lies some 30km northeast of Mackay
. Most transfers to the island are made via Mackay.
Much of the island is national park, which protects the rich variety of flora, from dense rainforest to low-lying mangroves. There are several secluded beaches dotted along the shores of Brampton Island.
There is a well-kept path which circumnavigates the island, offering great views and the opportunity to sample the beaches. There are other walks as well, leading to lookouts and bays.
The resort on Brampton Island caters mainly for couples of all ages. There are heaps of free activities including many water sports and a chip and putt golf course. You can also take a fishing charter or join a boat tour of the reef.