Soaking in the natural vibe of Keswick Island

It’s an island paradise, just a short plane trip from Mackay. Keswick Island sits around 32km off the coast and is part of the Cumberland Islands Group which is predominantly made up of national park.

In this story from our archives Bridget checks out this hidden jem of the Great Barrier Reef and discovers an environmental initiative that could one day save the world.

The reef around the island has only recently been opened for divers. There are four wreck sites within easy reach of the island.

For something a little more grounded: try a yoga class with sun-salutations to the Great Barrier Reef.

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