Pacificus is a private sector project of both state and regional significance that will create a focal point for tourism, acting as a catalyst to a range of other tourism investments in the Gladstone region.
The first world-class international and domestic tourism destination within the pristine beaches, islands, national parks and coastal communities that comprise the spectacular Southern Great Barrier Reef Region.
An Island Paradise
Pacificus Island is located on Hummock Hill Island just 30 kilometres south of Gladstone, 15km from the Bruce Highway in close proximity to major transport access including air, rail and the national highway.
The masterplan design of Pacificus will offer a wide range of accommodation options…
Restaurants and Shops
Spoil yourself and enjoy the many dining and shopping destinations that Pacificus has to offer.
Experience the beauty of the North Queensland’s golden beaches, marine wildlife and the beauty of the stunning Great Barrier Reef.
Feel the soft warmth of the sand as you take your morning walk along the golden beaches of Pacificus in North Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef region.
Enjoy the stunning views of one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. As the turquoise water and rich golden sands beckon.
Environment and Sustainability
Reduced greenhouse gas emissions and improved air quality
Reduced consumption, minimised waste and properly managed hazardous waste
More effective land use planning, environmental protection and pollution controls
More efficient use of energy and greater use of renewable energy resources
Protection of biological diversity
Sustainable use and management of land and water resources
Local economic development and employment growth
Greater community wellbeing and concern for key social issues