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Whitsundays Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information

Whitsunday Island


Where else but Queensland’s Whitsundays can you explore crystal blue waters,
unspoiled reef and lush rainforest? With 74 islands out of the blue and the one and only Airlie Beach at its heart, you’re sure to fall in love with the Whitsundays.

The Whitsundays offers a vibrant coast bursting with excitement, natural
beauty and tropical charm. This stunning aquatic playground enjoys a pleasant climate year round, with easy access to some of Queensland’s best island resorts and the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. The Whitsunday Coast
offers everything from world-class resorts to untouched national parks,
exciting nightlife and a superb selection of cafés and restaurants.

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Whitsundays: Activities

  • Snorkel or Dive the Great Barrier Reef
  • Take a senic flight over Heart Reef
  • Cruise or sail the calm waters of the Whitsundays
  • Take a day cruise to Whitehaven Beach
  • Relax by Airlie Beach lagoon

Whitsundays: Eating Out

From sumptuous buffets to delectable fine dining you will be amazed at the
variety of dining experiences. In Airlie Beach, you will be spoilt for choice with a myriad of dining options from casual bars and cafés to stylish
restaurants with views of the Coral Sea. There is a Queensland island to suit every taste and budget with menus ranging from delicious buffets to lavish
degustation and à la carte dining. Dine alfresco on many of the islands and
for a unique experience enjoy private dining under the stars, or ask for a
picnic hamper and find a secluded beach either by foot or motorised dinghy.

Whitsundays: Travel Tips

Weather Guide
The Whitsundays
Summer 22ºC to 30ºC
Autumn 16ºC to 29ºC
Winter 12ºC to 23ºC
Spring 16ºC to 30ºC

What to bring
In the Whitsundays casual dress standards apply. Lightweight clothing
is suitable all year round, however bring something warm to slip on, as the temperature drops at night during winter. To ensure adequate protection from the sun we suggest you bring a broad-brimmed hat, SPF 30+ sunscreen, sunglasses and a long sleeved shirt with a collar.

Beach Safety
Queensland has some of the world’s best beaches, however care and caution should be exercised at all times. Please remember to swim between the red
and yellow flags and listen to instructions from lifesavers and lifeguards.

Marine Stingers
The Whitsunday Islands, unlike mainland beaches in Northern Australia are historically not affected by the deadly Box Jellyfish. However, like many oceans
during some months there can be the presence of marine life capable of delivering painful stings.