It is a beautiful place, north of Jardine River, in the Northern Peninsula Area.
Although there are other pretty places up here, with white-sand beaches and good views over emerald blue waters, Seisia is one of the better ones.
It is a very friendly Torres Strait Islander community, which, in fact, is quite multicultural.
Living here is very expensive - but locals know what they are paying for - a relaxed life amongst palm trees, surrounded by the bluest ocean...
There are a few beaches, some with white sands, other with red, but all are surrounded by emerald blue waters which make the place so colourful. Locals love to take their boats out to go fishing or to go to different Torres Strait Islands.
If there is a hub in the community, it is the wharf. There is somebody here almost all the time - whether just strolling along the beach or jetty, or coming in or going out on a boat. The Jetty is also where you catch the ferry to Thursday Island.
Like many other places in Cape York, it is an excellent place to fish. And the wharf itself is one of the best and most popular places. But locals also fish from beaches, and of course, from boats. There are also a few different tour operators that take you fishing.
There is a supermarket and a fuel station, a few car mechanic shops, a library with internet, a church, and that's about it. The BP fuel station sells the usual basic supplies, and the supermarket is well stocked with food and other supplies.
Seisia Camping ground
Just next door to the Wharf is a camping ground. It is a nice beachfront camping ground with powered and unpowered sites, some villas and a lodge. Powered camping sites are in so-called "huts" with a roof and small kitchenettes. There is an on-site kiosk and a restaurant.
Loyalty Beach Camping Ground
A few kilometres south of the town is another very nice camping ground at Loyalty Beach. It is a very colourful place with red soil, white sand on the beach and blue waters. There are very nice camping spots, and an on-site bar and a restaurant.
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