We genuinely care for the environment and are committed to preserving it.
At SeaLink North Queensland we connect people where they need to be whether that is to Palm Island, Magnetic Island or on one of our brilliant tourism experiences. We successfully and respectfully operate services in our local communities providing efficient services, working to minimize our impact on the environment while focusing on delivering a sustainable service in ways that matters most.
We are proud to say our people are at the core of our business.
We take the responsibility of providing a safe, inclusive, and accessible workplace, where our team-members and customers feel acknowledged, respected, and appreciated seriously.
Committed to enabling people to bring their whole selves to work, we allow our people to be their best, bring their best, and feel their best. In doing so, we seek to create exceptional employee and customer experiences.
We will always champion inclusivity across our business to promote and support a workforce representative of the diversity of our customers and the Australian community.
Our top priority is and will always be safety.
We prioritize the health, safety and welfare of our employees, contractors, visitors, and customers. We are also committed to a high quality of service that provides our customers with an efficient, reliable, and safe experience.
We genuinely care about the environment and are dedicated to preserving it through resource efficiency, waste reduction, and environmental impact reduction, all while promoting a culture of sustainability. We are also committed to assisting our local community in their efforts to protect our local wildlife and reduce environmental impacts in our region. From assisting local volunteers to assisting the travel of sick and injured wildlife to assisting the Magnetic Island Network for Turtles and the Magnetic Island Koala Hospital. We are also a proud member of Plastic Free Townsville and are constantly working to reduce our paper consumption within our operations through functional technology solutions.
Supporting the Community
Our engagement and support for the communities where we operate takes the approach of a bespoke local content plan to capture the needs of our community and empower our teams on the ground.
Local community support primarily takes the form of directly creating local jobs and economic opportunities through us or our suppliers, as well as charitable donations, sponsorship, and the provision of in-kind services to enable our communities to thrive. SeaLink proudly supports the Annual SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week an iconic destination event for Townsville, North Queensland and the event generates over $1 Million in revenue for the local economy each year.
Prizes for Community Fundraising
Fundraising is an important part of many schools, churches, societies, clubs, and community organisations' activities, and SeaLink Queensland can help by donating ferry tickets as prizes. We regret that we cannot grant every donation request due to the large number of requests we receive, and we can only respond to successful applicants.
To request a donation for fundraising, complete the Fundraising Prize Application Form.
SeaLink Queensland may be able to assist with free or discounted ferry travel for organisations that complete the Travel Sponsorship Application Form and address all criteria.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan
SeaLink North Queensland community engagement includes support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures, and communities. SeaLink Marine & Tourism nationally are committed to create an organisation which embraces and incorporates recognition, acknowledgement and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures. To create opportunity and capacity building for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses in our direct community.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) provides a structured framework to be intentional about our contribution to reconciliation as we build respect for, and relationships with, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples around Australia.