Whitsunday Island (Australia) Reviews
Description:Country: Australia / World Region: Australasia / Pacific / Largest of the Cumberland Islands, lying 6 miles (10 km) off ... more
Newest Review: ... We were keen to avoid the backpacker's party type trips! The Islands visited varies too as does the time you are allowed to spend in the water. After much research we choose to travel with Whitehaven express; a small family run company. We were collected from our campsite in Airlie beach early in the morning and taken to Abel point where the boat departed. The trip cost 160 dollars each ... more
Customer Whitsunday Island (Australia) Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/10/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Before leaving for our trip to Australia I spent many hours researching the places I wanted to see. I knew that as we had just less than 2 months away, I would not be able to see and do all the things I desired! However there were a few destinations that I didn't want to miss and one of these was the Whitsunday Islands. The Whitsunday Islands consist of a group of 74 tropical Islands situated off the coast of Queensland. They form part of the Great Barrier Reef and are classed as a world heritage site. Hayman Island is the closest to the mainland situated 25 km off shore. Getting there. *********** I hired a car from Noosa and drove to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
If you've ever wondered what its like to be in Paradise, then wonder no longer, Whitsunday Island is it! The Whitsundays are a collection of Islands i cant remember how many, but its around 70, with the largest and most famous being called Whitsunday Island, hence the other islands being grouped under the same name. There is only one way to get to the island which is obviosly by boat, but which boat you take is completely down to you and your personality. The choice is endless, there literally are hundereds of different options from organised groups to private boats, all offering different places to visit and different activities whilst on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/00, updated on 10/11/04 (Very useful, 210 readings)
“Beautiful one day, perfect the next” is the catchphrase of the Queensland Tourism Association. The Whitsunday Islands in North Queensland is one of those places that seem to justify the phrase. The Whitsunday Islands is a tropical paradise about three hours south of Townsville and one hour north of Mackay in Queensland, Australia. The islands are situated just off the coast, and inside the Great Barrier Reef. Captain James Cook discovered this paradise on Whitsunday (leading to the name of the group of islands) as he travelled up the east coast of Australia. As such, he was the first to go cruising around the magnificent islands, ... Read the complete review
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