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I wandered down here each morning during my visit for a stroll and enjoyed the tranquil view. At times, the jetty was filled with locals fishing and one occasion, I saw five fish hauled in during my ten-minute visit. They were fishing without bait sometimes...More
Plenty of room for boats even with the ferries and water taxis coming and going. Long boat ramp that is reasonably protected and fresh water available. There is a great cafe on the street before you turn onto the jetty
The Jetty has alot of coming and going's, so its a great place to get a feel for the area and people watch. Fishing off the Jetty is a local favourite and we saw a few good fish being landed by young kids and old...More
This jetty is used for loading and unloading of people who go to/from the airport. The jetty also as a small boat ramp suitable for very small towable boats. Children often fish from here while waiting.
Horn Island Jetty is a nice place to watch the boats and ships come in, loading and unloading, fishing vessels and pearlers doing their thing. At least you know that when you order fish here it’s gonna be fresh, like just pulled from the sea...More
Yep, it's a working wharf alright. It's not too scenic but the comings and goings are interesting, particularly when the container barge arrives. There is so much more to see and enjoy on Horn, one of the largest islands in the Torres Straight.
The walk along the jetty and foreshore is lovely. The information along the path explains the history of settlement on the island and the sculptures provide a visual reference to the marine life, indigenous history and some of the industry (pearling).