The Whitsundays Passage is a marine lover’s playground for boating and water sports. Explore national parks fringing the Coral Sea, discover total wellbeing and dine on fresh, tropical produce.
There’s something about stretching out in the tropical air that enhances the experience of yoga. Airlie Beach offers a number of relaxed yoga settings.
If the concept of driving, chipping and putting a path through nature excites you, the 18-hole, par 71 Hamilton Island Golf Course is said to be one of the most challenging in the world.
One of the best ways to experience delightful tropical produce is to pack a picnic basket (have our chefs do it for you) and sample lush forest walking trails and seaside walks along the Coral Sea.
Familiarise yourself with the area with some light exercise in surrounds that will leave you breathless. Explore the rainforest walking trails of Conway National Park, down Haywood Gully and around Mt Rooper to Swamp Bay.
The climate is perfectly suited to the night in Airlie. Start the night with a spectacular sunset cruise, then choose from a number of entertainment options in town.
The lapping of the turquoise waters against the boat and the tropical island scenery makes this the perfect place to drop a line and enjoy the wait. Explore the inner islands and outer reef on a fishing charter.
To really experience the spectacular scale of the Reef, let Helireef Whitsundays fly you to the heart of it. You can visit Reefworld, lunch on famous Whitehaven Beach and fly over ‘that’ famous heart shaped reef.
Experienced and novice paddlers will love a Salty Dog Sea Kayaking adventure, with guides pointing out the amazing diversity of bird and marine life on the coral reefs, stopping off to swim and snorkel.
There is an abundance of tropical seafood in this part of the world, and other superb local produce. Take a culinary tour by requesting a 5-course degustation, with wines, at Tides Restaurant & Bar. More >>