Situated in the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Green Island is a very unique island. It is one of 300 sand cays on the Great Barrier Reef, but it is the only one with a rainforest.
A true coral cay, Green Island is around 6000 years old and was formed by a build up of sand sediments, animal and coral deposits to above sea level. It is 15 hectares (approx 37 acres) in size and takes around 45 minutes to walk around.
To learn more about Green Island’s ecology, visit Green Island Cruises Reef & Fauna Page.