Exploring the Whitsundays

The Whitsundays region is famous for its natural beauty, resorts and access to the Great Barrier Reef. The region is easily accessible. It’s just a short flight to Proserpine and then it’s only a thirty-minute drive to Airlie Beach.

Airlie Beach is a great base for exploring the islands and a terrific resort to stay at is Mirage Whitsundays. It has amazing views on the water and spacious apartments, villas and penthouses. There’s also a day spa, gym and beautiful restaurant overlooking the water.

A popular activity in the Whitsundays is a kayaking adventure with Salty Dog Sea Kayaking. They offer fun, full day and half day tours.

A great way to unwind is with a few beers and fresh seafood at Northerlies Beach Bar and Grill. It also has a wine cellar and nautically themed bar.

The Very Best of the Whitsundays

Imagine cruising around the Whitsundays on your own private boat… Here's how you can do just that 🌊For all the details, visit http://bit.ly/ExploringTheWhitsundays

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Ocean Dynamics gives visitors the chance to create a Whitsunday experience of their very own. Guests can charter their 30ft Kevla Cat or their luxury 60 foot Maratimo. Charters include food, scuba diving, snorkelling and much more. Ocean Dynamics also offer whale watching in season and jet ski tours around the islands.

The Best Beach in Australia

Whitehaven Beach has been voted the best beach in Australia, and we can see why 🌊😍For all the details on how you can visit, head to http://bit.ly/ExploringTheWhitsundays

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Ocean Rafting has been thrilling visitors for over twenty years and they’ve been awarded gold at the Australian and Queensland Tourism Awards. Their semi rigid inflatable boats whisk visitors to some of the region’s most spectacular spots including Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet.

Come on a tour of the Whitsundays

What could be better than sailing the Whitsundays on an incredible historical ship? ⛵For more details, visit http://bit.ly/ExploringTheWhitsundays

Posted by Queensland Weekender on Thursday, 18 October 2018

Sailing on board the Derwent Hunter feels like stepping back in time. The tall ship has a colourful history. She sailed Antarctic waters as Australia’s first oceanographic vessel in the 1950s and starred in the popular TV show “The Rovers’ in the 60s. Nowadays she sails the Whitsundays and gives visitors an incredible day trip experience.