A remote fisherman’s utopia is up for grabs for the first time after its long-term owners decided to sell up.
Sweers Island, an 8km-long by 2km-wide stretch of land that sits off the coast of North Queensland’s Gulf of Carpentaria, regularly attracts those combining a holiday with fishing.
The island’s 30-hectare ‘resort’ was listed for sale since last week and includes two houses for management and staff, various-sized cabins and hire boats.
The large fish bounty is the resort’s drawcard. Pictured, fisherman at the Sweers Island Resort after a big day on the rods
The 1,100 hectare-island (pictured) has miles of beaches with plentiful marine and bird life on and around it
Accommodation (pictured) at the Sweers Island Resort ranges from two-bed cabins to…
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