Organic Island Produce includes the famous Island Bush Honey available at West Bay in the Percy Island Yacht Club A-frame Emporium at the back on the left near the BBQ
Preserves Seasonally Available : Mango Chutney, Jams and Marmalade (Lime, Calamondine Manderine, Mixed Citrus)
Fresh Produce: fruit, veges, eggs are advertised on chalk board when available.
Rangeland Meat: requires advanced request.
The History of ‘The Percy Isles, Past and Present’ encapsulates Australian European pioneering history up until the present day, on the 2,000 Ha Island. It also includes what little is known of the local Aboriginal people who apparently regularly visited and used the Island for its resources. New Editions have to be researched as the Islands history unfolds. The History was compiled by and is available in CD version $35.00; Book copy $70 via email: firstname.lastname@example.org ($10.00p/b supports the Island foundation). The History Book is now available in Ebooks for the same price.
“Living in the ‘Out Front’ of Australia” is the autobiography by Jon Hickling of his families 12 extraordinary years living on this 2,000 Ha Island, the remotest residential island off the Queensland coast. Hard cover $70 available on Island or by post from Jon: email@example.com
All donations aid the residential voluntary management team take care of this unique island; for the benefit of the people and future generations.