Highlights of a visit to the Whitsunday's

Diver at the Yongala shipwreck

Diving and snorkelling

The Whitsunday Islands are surrounded in fringing reefs, shallow diving and rich in diversity. Just 16nm offshore is the outer barrier reef, big marine life and big drop offs. We can organise tours to the world famous Yongala shipwreck dive, a 109m steamship that sank in a cyclone in 1911, now covered in coral and surrounded in life. If you want to see BIG marine life and lots of it, this is the dive for you. Expect to see sharks, stingrays, turtles, huge grouper and sea snakes.

Catching Spanish Mackeral Whitsundays


All types of fishing is catered for. Game fishing for all types of Billfish like Black Marlin, Sailfish etc and Pelagic Fishing for Tuna, and Mackerel. Reef, estuary and Dam fishing (Barramundi) is also possible.


Whitehaven beach and the swirling sands of hill inlet, have been voted 2nd best beach in the world due to its 7km stretch of pure white silica sand. Many other beaches boast similar sand. You will also find a variety of beaches in sandy bays, sand spits and coral coves.

Hole 16 Hamilton island golf club


Dent island boasts a 18 hole par 71 course, perched along the high ridges and boasting spectacular views of the islands.

hamilton sland resort

Island Resorts

Hamilton island resort has 5 star accommodation and restaurants in qualia resort and spa. The island has a large marina, domestic airport, shopping and dining, range of activities and tours, and access to bush walks to passage peak lookout. Hayman island resort is a 5 star resort with dining, shopping, seaplane and helicopter access, Bushwalks and a small marina.


From the mainland port of Airlie beach, where you can berth at Abell Point Marina and Port of Airlie, you can access scenic flights over the reef and islands, waterfalls, 5 star dining, shopping, Barramundi fishing, Platypus viewing in the wild (one of the only places in Australia), domestic airport and accommodation.

aboriginal cave paintings

Bushwalks and Indigenous culture

Many of the islands have bush walks to spectacular lookouts or beaches, and some include informative local indigenous history and sights, such as the cave paintings in Nara inlet.