Mission Beach, nestled between Tropical North Queensland's two famous World Heritage areas of rainforest and reef, is a beautiful region a leisurely and scenic 2 hour drive south of Cairns International Airport. Just off the shores of Mission Beach are the 10 Family islands, including the famous Dunk and Bedarra Islands, with the great barrier reef, starting 30km offshore, extending another 30km into the coral sea.
The Mission Beach area has a number of renowned beautiful coastal white sandy beaches;
- the 13km long main beach, with three beachfront communities along its lenght, from north to south, of Mission Beach, Wongaling Beach and South Mission Beach
- immediately north of Mission Beach village, past clump point headland and boat harbour, is the secluded 1km long Naragon beach, with the Perry Harvey Jetty; Sealords is located at the north end of this beach with views to the 5 small Barnard islands to the north
- travelling north along the spectacular Clump Mountain National park ocean road, which includes "winni" beach, is Bingil Bay with its two beachs of 1.6km in total