Travel and Transport
School and NPARC Worker Bus Services
NPA Regional Council provides regular school bus services, as well as transportation of its workforce. Bus services are also provided for public events and funerals.
Jardine Ferry Service
OPENING TIMES OF CHRISMAS PERIOD 2020
Please be advised:- The Jardine Ferry has reopened 7 days a week 8am - 6pm with a 1 hour break between 12pm - 1pm daily.
PAYMENT BY EFTPOS ONLY or ONLINE PURCHASES
CCTV cameras are installed at the Ferry and Roadhouse in the interest of public safety.
Jardine Ferry Safety Management requires vehicles on the ferry to have motors turned off, be in gear with the handbrake on. All occupants of the vehicle must remain in the vehicle. This is for the safety of all users.
During busy times between the months of May - October the Jardine Ferry can have significant delays due to large amount of travellers. Please make sure you arrive at the ferry by 4pm.
In addition, the Jardine Ferry Service Station and Ticket centre accepts Eftpos only or pre purchase tickets on Council website online - https://www.nparc.qld.gov.au/services/travel-transport/ferry-ticket
For any information please call staff at Jardine Ferry Roadhouse on 07 40691 369.
or by calling or visiting NPARC Head Office, based at 180 Adidi Street, Bamaga (opposite the Post Office)
(07) 4090 4100 or (07) 4090 4120. If necessary the Ferry Roadhouse can take direct payment by EFTPOS only.
Visit the Ferry Ticket Page to see latest prices.
Ferry receipt will act as a permit to camp in bush campsites only, maintained campsites (eg. Punsand Bay, Alau Beach, Loyalty Beach or Seisia Campgrounds) will require further payment.
Many bush campgrounds operate on an honour system, if you enjoy your stay, please make a donation so we can continue to maintain this paradise.
As our region lies on Traditionally Owned land, please be aware that when travelling or camping, you are visitors, welcomed in good faith. Please respect the land, only camping in designated camping areas. If you are unsure if you are allowed somewhere, please feel free to ask a community member of contact the Local Ranger Base at Injinoo on 4069 3875.