Andrews Point in Cape Hillsborough National Park – it’s one of Queensland, Australia’s most beautiful hikes. Let’s check out some unbelievable photos.
First up, if you use AllTrails, you’ll find the explore track helpful. The unfortunate part is that the hike is currently closed for maintenance. The high views of the ocean, and the causeway that’s exposed during low tied is super cool – it takes you all the way out to Wedge Island. Okay – let’s check out some photos.
Wear shoes that you won’t mind getting wet. Quality hiking boots are a good idea if you’re going to make your way over to Wedge Island. We ventured out that way during low tide – just be sure you don’t get stuck on the island! The causeway is open for about 2 hours before and after the low tide timeline.
Look at that water! It’s so crystal blue, fresh air, and the warm sun make for the perfect day.
Please do watch out for snakes, spider, and other killing creatures while you’re on your hike. The spider below is super colourful, and I’m happy we saw him before walking straight into his web!
Scary, eh?! Australia is like Canada though, great health care. So, if you do get a bite, you’ll be in quality hands and well taken care of, as long as you’re not too far out in the bush country when you’re bitten. When we hiked Mount Tyson we saw a few webs and marked them since it’s an in and out trail. Smart hiking makes for a safe and no-bite trek. We don’t have insects like this in Canada, so we were far more careful in Australia than we are at home.
Well, there you have it, some of our top photos from our Andrews Point hike.
Thanks for visiting and I’ll see you again soon! Happy travels.