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The Ultimate Location

THE WHITSUNDAYS

Welcome to one of the World's greatest aquatic playgrounds - the Whitsundays. Centrally located on the Queensland Coast in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays boasts more than 100 tropical islands rising from pristine turquoise waters and a vibrant coastline. Sail the sheltered waters of the Whitsunday Islands Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, enjoy the secluded anchorages and private beaches or visit some of the well known resort destinations such as Hayman, Hamilton and Daydream.  With 70% of the region protected by National and Marine Park, this is a truly unique sailing destination.


Explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef, experience the natural beauty of Whitehaven Beach' a world renowned seven kilometer beach of pure white silica sand. Perfect sailing conditions for much of the year are unequalled anywhere in Australia and have resulted in the Whitsundays boasting the largest charter boat fleet in the southern hemisphere.


The exotic underworld of the Great Barrier Reef is easily accessible from anywhere in the Whitsundays, with the warm waters making chartering irresistible throughout the year, ensuring that visitors to the Whitsundays are guaranteed to find the Great Barrier Reef holiday experience they seek.

Guests from Whitsunday Bliss walk on Whitehaven Beach

Situated at 20S Lat and 148E Long, the welcoming tropical climate of the Whitsundays rivals that of Fiji, Tahiti and the Bahamas.


Mean annual temperatures of 27C and a minimum of 21C and an estimated average of 8.25 hours of sunshine per day, ensure an attractive year-round climate.


Over two hundred years ago the Whitsundays were first named by the then Royal Navy Lieutenant James Cook, the Whitsundays, still has many experiences waiting to be discovered.

Whitsunday Island with Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach