Dinah Island is at home in Far North Queensland, about 15km inland and engulfed by the Staaten River. Operating as a cattle station, the island spans 5000 ha of serene Australian outback and offers country lifestyle experience. The unique parcel of land listed as a nature reserve has also become home to a variety of wildlife at home in the freshwater billabongs on the Island. A causeway bonds the land the land road with Dinah Island enabling the cattle farm to operate in and out of the property for wider supply.
Access is also available by air and water enabling multipurpose connections for supply to and from Dinah Island.