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Explore the Whitsunday Coast and Hinterland

Home to several towns, The Whitsundays mainland is stunning natural landscapes and friendly towns! Explore the region by car and visit the seasonal waterfall at Cedar Creek or throw in a fishing line at Lake Proserpine. For the adventurous traveller with more time head North towards Bowen where you will discover beautiful beaches, or west to the rural town of Collinsville with its historical museum.

Looking for a land-based tour? Click on the links below.

Airlie Beach

See Airlie Beach from a new perspective and take a segway tour along the boardwalk or through the rainforest of Conway National Park. Enjoy an informative yet quirky tour through Main Street on a Tuk Tuk or cruise around the region in a classic Hot Rod! Golf your thing? We have that too!  Want to know more about what to do and where to stay in Airlie Beach? Click here!


Bowen is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Whitsunday region, its most famous beach Horseshoe Bay, is regularly seen on Australia’s best beaches lists, famed for its huge granite boulder outcrops. Want to know more about Bowen? Click here


The Heart of the Outback! Far enough away from the tourist hubs to be a country retreat, the close-knit community always offers a friendly and warm welcome to its many visitors. Check out the Collinsville Coalface Experience, the centre of the Collinsville mining heritage, a museum dedicated to the region's rich history of mining as well as the stories of what it was like above and below ground in the 1950s. Want to take the trip to Collinsville? Check out this page for more places to visit!


Heritage Heart of The Whitsundays is Proserpine, just 20 minutes inland from Airlie Beach. See crocodiles in the wild on the Proserpine River or head to the Proserpine Main Street where country-style pubs serve hearty-sized meals! Have a love of camping? Why not head to Lake Proserpine, located just 30 minutes from Proserpine Main Street. Lake Proserpine is renowned for having more barramundi over a metre in length than any other impoundment in Australia! Also, don't forget to bring your crab pots, there is plenty of Redclaw crayfish to be caught. Want to know more about Proserpine? Click here!


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