Curtis Island offers stunning unspoilt beaches, intimate north-facing bays, sparkling ocean, the Great Barrier Reef, wilderness, wetlands as well as an outback-style cattle station. It even has its own airstrip. It is this combination of these diverse attributes and natural beauty which make Turtle Street unique in Australia and perhaps even the world. As it is situated under the Tropic of Capricorn, the climate is far less humid in summer than further north and it escapes the chill of south-east Queensland in the winter.
Dogs are allowed within the grounds, however they must be kept on a leash at all times.
Curtis Ferry Services provide regular passenger and vehicle services to the Gladstone Harbour Islands of Curtis and Facing. Curtis Island is also accessible by private vessel.
Situated on the southern end of Curtis Island, just 12km from mainland Gladstone, the South End Camping Ground offer 20 unpowered sites with ocean views. Permits are required to camp at the South End Camping Ground and must be displayed on your camping structure at all times.