As part of the Undine Reef, Undine Coral Cay is a tiny pristine, powder-soft, white-sand island that pokes out from the Coral Sea.
It is fringed in reef systems with clear turquoise waters – we’re always blown away when we visit this place. It sits just off the Cape Tribulation National Park.
Undine Cay is the best enjoyed under water as it’s abundant in marine life, including turtles, starfish and giant clam gardens. But when the wind is up and conditions are right, it is one of the best secret kitesurfing spots of Far North Queensland.