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Pristine white sands, bright blue waters and rugged, verdant interiors make the Whitsunday Islands some of the most beautiful in Australia. A great destination for yachting, diving and swimming, the islands are the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the modern world and enjoy a more relaxed pace of life. As well as a wide variety of water sports, you’ll also find golf, hiking and adventure sports. Alternatively, you can simply head to one of the island’s picture postcard beaches and find your very own slice of paradise.
Whitsunday Island – The largest island in the archipelago, Whitsunday Island is home to the world famous Whitehaven Beach. Take a boat tour around the island, head to the nearby viewpoint for breathtaking views of the bay or explore the island’s beautiful interior.
Hamilton Island – The commercial hub of the Whitsunday Islands, Hamilton Island is where you’ll find the best choice of restaurants, shops and adventure tours. Boat trips are available to nearby Whitehaven Beach, the Great Barrier Reef and other isolated parts of the archipelago. You can also hike to Passage Peak, the highest point on the island, or hire a bike and explore Hamilton on two wheels.
Dent Island – A privately owned island close to Hamilton, Dent Island is a great destination for those who enjoy the finer things in life. A new golf course has been built on the island, giving you the opportunity to play a round or two in paradise.
Hook Island – The second largest island in the Whitsundays, Hook Island is largely covered by national park. Go snorkelling off its pretty beaches, see the coral that lives in the warm waters and enjoy the pristine environment.
The spectacular Whitsunday Islands are a sight in themselves. The archipelago is one of Australia’s most popular attractions and the islands are among the most visited yachting regions in the southern hemisphere. The coral reefs that surround many of the islands are a must see during your visit as are the tropical beaches, rugged peaks and indigo waters of the island group. The most famous stretch of sand in the archipelago is Whitehaven beach. Made up of 98% pure silica, the beach is unbelievably white and incredibly beautiful.
Whether you’re looking for an active break or the chance to relax and unwind, the Whitsundays have a choice of activities to suit you. A fantastic selection of boat trips can be found in the archipelago, with excursions taking visitors to the most beautiful and unique parts of the Whitsundays. See what life is like under the waves with a diving or snorkelling trip or hike to Passage Peak on Hamilton Island for panoramic views of the area. For dining and a great choice of adventure activities, head to Hamilton Island, the busiest in the Whitsunday Group.