Whitsundays

Immerse yourself in a tropical paradise

Whether you’re after a tropical adventure or a relaxed island holiday, the Whitsundays has so much to offer from.

Visit the Whitsundays for the holiday of a lifetime

Exploring the Whitsundays in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, with this stunning tropical island destination on most people’s bucket list.

With 74 tropical islands and fringing reefs to cruise around, spending time to explore the many things to see and do on a Whitsundays holiday will leave you with memories that last forever.

Brilliant Breaks in the Whitsundays

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Whitehaven Beach Big Island Tour. The SeaLink Big Island Day Tour takes you on a scenic cruise through the spectacularly beautiful Whitsunday Islands stopping off at the famous Whitehaven Beach. This one-of-a-kind tour to Whitehaven Beach will take you to places that no other Whitsunday Islands tour does. Cruising in air-conditioned comfort on a catamaran complete with modern facilities including a rooftop deck to ensure that you have a brilliant experience.

Whitehaven Beach Aerial

Visit Whitehaven Beach

The world-famous Whitehaven beach is rated amongst the most beautiful beaches in the world, so it’s an absolute must-see when you holiday in the Whitsundays. Known for its pure white silica sand, which comes from eroding quartz, you’ll love strolling barefoot along the water line feeling the softness beneath your toes.

Hill Inlet, Whitsundays, Queensland

Enjoy the views from Hill Inlet

Hill Inlet is located at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. When the tide shifts, the pure white sand and turquoise hues of the waterways blend to create a jaw-droppingly beautiful fusion of colours.

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Cruise the Ngaro Sea Trail

The Ngaro Sea Trail features picturesque sea passages that offer spectacular views of the turquoise waters around the Whitsunday islands of Daydream Island, South Molle Island, Hook Island and Hamilton Island.