Whitsundays & Great Barrier Reef
EXPLORE THE SHALLOW BAYS AND JEWEL-COLOURED WATERS
of the 74 islands of the Whitsundays, offering a practically infinite choice of remote sandy beaches on which to set up camp for the afternoon.
SWOOP OVER LAGOONS AS STILL AND BLUE AS SWIMMING POOLS
sandy cays with brilliant white beaches and bush-covered rocky hilltops on a helicopter or seaplane tour of the Great Barrier Reef.
SPEND THE MORNING SURROUNDED BY VIBRANT CORAL
and fishes, diving in the peaceful anchorage of Smuggler’s Cove, before unwinding in the picturesque surroundings for the night.
VISIT THE OLDEST KNOWN SETTLEMENT OF THE NGARO PEOPLE
a seafaring Australian people, on the Nara Inlet of Hook Island, where they left mysterious graphical cave paintings that remain well preserved today.