|Native name: Hendrik Ø|
|Area||583 km2 (225 sq mi)|
|Length||46 km (28.6 mi)|
|Width||8 km (5 mi)|
|Highest elevation||1,152 m (3,780 ft)|
Hendrik Island is an island in far northern Greenland. Its area is 583 km². The island is named after Inuit Arctic explorer Hendrik Olsen, who was a member of Knud Rasmussen's Second Thule Expedition 1916-1917.
Hendrik Island is a large coastal island located between Saint George Fjord to the west and Sherard Osburn Fjord to the east. Its southern end faces the mouth of Hartz Sound, off the Warming Land Peninsula. The northernmost headland of the island is Dragon Point. Smaller Castle Island lies in Saint Andrew Bay off the northeastern shore of Hendrik Island.
- "Hendrik Ø". Mapcarta. Retrieved 8 April 2016.
- Prostar Sailing Directions 2005 Greenland and Iceland Enroute, p. 94
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