Stanley Island is part of the Flinders Group of Islands. The original inhabitants, the Yiithuwarra people, left behind a splendid body of work in the form of cave paintings on most, if not all, the islands. At the northern end of Stanley Island, there are national park walkways and a viewing platform for the best of them. Stanley Island has a self-guided bush-tucker walk, with interpretive signs, detailing the names and traditional uses for many of the plant species in the island group. Stanley Island is also the site of a significant rock art gallery, which is open for public viewing from the boardwalk and viewing platforms provided. The boardwalk and lookout include interpretative displays to allow visitors an inside look into the importance of the area and artwork of the Yiithuwarra people. Please sign and write your comments in the visitor book provided. The waters surrounding the islands are part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.