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The Whitsundays is a truly diverse destination

The Whitsundays is famous for spectacular islands, azure blue waters and pure white sands, but right alongside, is its lush green tropical rainforest and picturesque hinterland dotted with waterfalls. Return to nature and immerse yourself in the wonder that is The Whitsundays.

From spectacular National Parks to picturesque parks and gardens, to the seasonal migration of humpback whales, The Whitsundays is full of bucket-list-ticking landmarks and activities!

In the Heart of the Great Barrier Reef, you’ll find much to explore.


There is no better way to appreciate the natural landscapes of The Whitsundays than by setting up camp underneath the stars. From island camping amongst National Parks to lakeside camping in Proserpine. With so many dramatic and beautiful landscapes in The Whitsundays, there is no reason to holiday anywhere else!


The Whitsundays has been home to the Ngaro Indigenous people for over 9,000 years. The Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail is a unique blend of waterways and picturesque walks across Whitsunday, South Molle and Hook islands. Walk through forests, grasslands and rainforest. Climb peaks or stroll through winding pathways.


The Whitsunday region is home to a number of spectacular National Parks and Reserves, in particular Whitsunday Islands National Park, Gloucester Islands National Park, Molle Islands National Park, Lindeman Island National Park, and Conway National Park on the mainland.


Sustainability and Environmental education is very important to The Whitsundays. Tourism operators in The Whitsundays are always striving to improve their practices, offering various ways for their guests to ensure sustainable tours that are in the best interests of our local environment. For info on the man environmental initiatives in place throughout The Whitsundays click here.

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