We hiked across the peak from the beach club hotel. The trail is clearly marked, obstacles are clearly visible, and some steps are provided in some steep areas. There are some horizontal parts of the hike, but most of them are undulating terrain (obviously, there are many ups and downs on the road!). The landscape at the top is clear and beautiful on one side, and partially blocked by trees on the other side. There is also a picnic table there:) You can see that many trees were damaged in the hurricane last spring, but some have grown back. You can see and hear some wild animals, you may not be able to see them in the resort . I suggest to leave early, because the road will get very hot and humid! Remember to bring water.
This is the highest point of Hamilton Island. From the main resort to here, it takes about 2.5 kilometers, and there are 250 meters to climb. This trail takes you through the forest zone of eucalyptus forests, through eucalyptus forests and arbor forests, to reach higher alpine ecology. There are a lot of wildlife here, from kookaburra to kangaroo. This is a difficult climb, with several long steps, and the road near the top feels a bit exposed. Need a lot of water. Climbing will take 35-45 minutes to keep going if you are healthy. If you want to relax, it will take about an hour. Once you reach the top, the 360-degree view of the Whitsundays will be breathtakingly beautiful.