Welcome to the Northernmost Point in Australia
Stunning sunset looking towards Thursday Island
Another glorious sunset at Seisia
The Northern Peninsula Area and Torres Strait occupy over 48,000 sq km including three local government Council districts.
Welcome to the very tip of Australia
Yes, you are looking at the furthermost point of Australia. Don't leave the NPA without visiting this awesome spot.
A Native Palm Cockatoo
A Bird-Watchers dream to catch a glimpse of this intriguing bird.
Community & Public Notices
Road Works Update
September 2 - Roadworks will commence shortly on sections of the Bamaga to Pajinka Road and sections of the Punsand Bay Road. Sealing of sections of the road near the Jardine River Ferry are currently in progress. Please obey all road signs.
September 2 - A Veterinarian will be visiting the NPA in September. A Community Consultation Group is currently being formed to develop a plan to manage the dogs and horses in the NPA.
September 2 - The NPARC Environmental Health Team have identified a number of abandoned vehicles sitting on NPARC property, These unsightly vehicles constitute an environmental hazard to the Community. It is the vehicle owner's responsibility to arrange for their removal. In the coming months, the Environmental Team will be active in locating abandoned vehicles and pursuing their owners to have them removed.
Jardine River Ferry Service
September 2 - The Jardine River Ferry Service is operating normally. Please follow all instructions by NPARC staff.
WARNING! Flooding in the NPA
During the Wet Season - DO NOT attempt to cross swollen or flooded creeks, causeways or bridges. If flooded - STOP ! DO NOT TRY TO DRIVE THROUGH!
Safe Driving in the NPA
All motorists driving on the Peninsula Development Road (PDR) to/from the Jardine River Ferry Crossing, are advised to drive to the prevailing conditions. Keep your lights on. Be patient. Be aware dirt roads can deteriorate quickly during wet weather and when traffic is very heavy.