Fantasizing about a tropical wonderland bursting with turquoise waters, golden sands, and rainforest greenery? Then look no further as you’ll never find yourself short of things to do and beauty to see than at the Whitsundays.
Conway National Park
Trek into the Conway National Park and immerse yourself in the tropical greenery. Discover the wonderland of trails through the rainforest, with waterfalls, secluded beaches, and panoramic lookouts hidden within. The day within the national park promises complete tranquillity as you take in the soft sounds and scents of the rainforest surrounding you. Travel on the walking tracks, ranging from calm to tough, spotting some unique flora and fauna along the way.
Airlie Beach is known for being the gateway to the stunning Whitsunday Islands. A mainland beach that most travelers will pop into for a night or two at the start of their Whitsundays adventures. It is the start point for a range of activities, including sailing trips, kayaking fun, and walking adventures. The resort town also offers an array of restaurants and cafes, with stunning accommodation that overlooks the stunning blue waters and surrounding landscape’s greenery.
Cedar Creek Falls
Refresh from the sweltering sun in this secluded freshwater swimming spot! The waterfall gently cascades into a clear blue-green watering hole, boarded by jagged rock cliffs and lush bushland. A pure Aussie spot promises a peaceful experience to enjoy at any time of day. Sometimes you may even get lucky enough to be joined by some wild turtles, so make sure to pack your snorkelling gear to have a closer look at them. Extend your time here and bring along some lunch! Heading along the walking tracks until you reach the picnic areas.
No trip to the Whitsundays would be complete without a visit to the iconic Whitehaven Beach. This award-winning beach is on the largest of the 74 islands within the Whitsundays. With white pure sand beach stretching over seven kilometres. The ocean is warm, letting you plunge into the waves without any hesitation, wading out further to spot the marine life roaming about. IN the Hill inlet end of the beach is where the tide shifts the water and sand, creating a stunning collection of blue and green shades. Visitors can easily spend an entire day here, discovering the surrounding tropical greenery, sunbake in the sand, or swim through the clear blue waters.
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