There are many walks on the Island, some of them very long & in the hot weather makes you wish you didn't set out on them. Having said that they are still well worth the bother. You can stop at many lookouts along the way & see some beautiful views.
Its great to get to some of the sucluded beaches to have a swim with no one else in sight!
There is a walk to the top of the Island, which is of a high grade & takes awhile - take plenty of water.
There is only one restaurant on this small sandy island. The food is nice, but in comparison with Australian food prices, it is rather expensive.
The other alternative is the cafe, which serves slightly more reasonably priced food, but mostly snacks rather than meals.
Brampton Island has many sporting activities on offer, from canoeing to catamaraning, swimming, snorkelling, glass bottom boat trips, archery, golf and more. All non-motorised activites are free.
Equipment: Everything is supplied on the island - ie snorkelling gear, sporting gear.
The very best thing about Brampton Island are it's white sand beaches, calm waters, and coral reef you can walk out to from the beach. The surroundings are full of tropical trees and brightly coloured plants.
Fondest memory: One of my fondest memories of Brampton Island is going for a walk in the humid rainforest and emerging into the clearing that marks the Island's runway. As we walked along beside the runway, we were walking through whole clouds of bright blue butterflies which fluttered over us and all around us.