One thing we know is that everyone looks at their travel a little differently, below is a sample of over 21 different Experiences we offer via our website. No matter your style and taste, there is an Experience to suit your curiosity and adventure.
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Torres Strait Islanders have a distinct culture which varies slightly within each island or community. A proud sea-faring people who engaged in trade and war with people of Papua New Guinea and Northern Australia.
Cave paintings, sacred stone carvings, meeting areas and storytelling locations can all form part of this Experience.
The only place in Australia where another country travels daily to trade and visit. Meet & Greets are a moving experience.
The western islands have some of Australia’s best crabbing and prawning areas. Watch out for crocs!
Church and religion are a huge component of Torres Strait Islander life, Sundays service is an unique twist on a classic event.
Moving and enlightening this experience is a way of reaffirming the imperishable bonds between the living and the departed.
One of the Torres Strait’s most epic experiences. Start with a world-class sunset followed by a Fire by the beach.
From November to late March visitors have a unique opportunity to catch a glimpse of a turtle’s world—at least for one night!
Glamping & Camping in the Torres Strait comes with multi-million-dollar views of beaches and bush.
During the wet season the rivers and creeks run creating infinity falls and plunge pools with unbeatable backdrops.
The warm water and coral fringed islands are becoming globally popular for Kite surfing and spearfishing.
Every second September, Thursday Island holds the Winds Of Zenadth Cultural Festival where the communities of the Torres Strait descend on the island. This spectacular cultural event includes song, dance, and art.
Newly established but increasingly popular are a growing number of quality cruise operations.
The Torres Strait has some of the highest number of Turtles and Dugongs in the world. They are both often seen while on the water.
Steered by plentiful seafood, Torres Strait food is a multicultural melting pot with food having a strong Asian influence.
Some of Australia’s most arable fishing fields are found inside the Torres Strait where Crabs, Prawns, Crays and Fish abound.
Torres Strait Islanders have a strong connection with their islands and sea country, governed by the unique Ailan Kastom (Island Custom).
Torres Strait art pieces will immediately catch your eye with their striking detail, and the sense of motion created by the intricate patterns.
A world-class island-hopping location with almost 300 islands scattered across the Torres Strait, only 17 are inhabited.
A long history of service and sacrifice. During WWII the Torres Strait was Australia’s 2nd most bombed location after Darwin.
In the 1860’s the pearling industry began in the Torres Strait and has left an indelible mark on the region with a small number still operating.