Wings Whitsunday Adventures
Being crew here at Wings means being part of the Wings family. The company is a small family run business and when joining the crew you really are made to feel like family.
There is more to coral reefs than the large charismatic animals like the turtles, dolphins and manta rays that we know and love. If you look closely the reef is teaming with an array of tiny but incredibly beautiful and fascinating creatures.
Here in the Whitsundays we are lucky enough to commonly encounter two species of dolphin, the Bottlenose dolphin and the Australian Humpback dolphin.
At Wings we love the ocean and all its creatures so we want to do our best to look after it. A couple weeks ago some of the Wings crew decided to do a bit of a beach clean up right here in the Whitsundays.
Arguably one of the most loved creatures that call the Great Barrier Reef home are the sea turtles. You can guarantee a smile on every face when there is a sea turtle around.
Manta Ray Bay is one of our favourite bays to visit here in the Whitsundays. It is located on the northern end of Hook island, the second largest largest of the 74 islands that make up the Whitsundays.
Have you been looking for 3-day Whitsunday cruises? If you need to get away for a few days and want to ensure the most relaxing experience possible, you can’t beat the Whitsunday sailing cruises we offer at Wings Whitsunday Adventures.
A two day, two night Whitsunday Islands sailing tour offers you more time in the water interacting with exotic fish in a beautiful coral setting. You watch the sunset from the deck of your catamaran and let the tranquil waters rock you to sleep.
Receive a once-in-a-lifetime experience with a Whitsundays 2-night tour. Just as the fun of the day begins to end, you will experience the excitement of knowing that you have another entire day of exploration ahead.
How would you like to relax and unwind on a Whitsunday 2-day tour? With Wings Whitsunday Adventures, you can sail, snorkel, and enjoy the famous white sands of Whitehaven Beach.
Try a Whitsunday sailing tour for your next adventure and experience marine life up close in spectacular coral settings. Explore the island and discover mesmerising swirling sand and native wildlife.
If you’re looking for the perfect escape from the stress of day-to-day life, a catamaran cruise in the Whitsundays is precisely what you need. The Whitsundays is one of the most popular destinations in Australia and for good reason.
Are you interested in available Whitsundays tours from Airlie Beach? You could take a quick jaunt out to the reefs to see them and maybe even fit some snorkelling—but you may end up back ashore wishing you'd had more time.
Are you in the market for an Airlie Beach Whitsundays cruise? Located right on Queensland’s Whitsunday coast, Airlie Beach is a beautiful resort town that doubles as one of Australia’s top gateways to sites such as the Whitsunday Islands.
Stretching 7 kilometres along Whitsunday Island, Whitehaven Beach is a must see destination in Australia. With its 98% pure silica sand, and crystal turquoise waters, you will be reaching for your camera before you think.
Airlie Beach is one of the most stunning secluded towns on the East Coast of Australia where the calm waters of the Whitsunday Islands meet the beaches of our rural little town in Queensland.
It is mid June 2012. I am in the galley of Wings 3, doing my thing, chopping some carrots, cruising on our way out to Blue Pearl Bay. Richie is on the bow, doing his thing, snorkel briefing and entertaining the passengers.
If you haven’t already heard, I’m about to tell you first hand about our exciting new product, Wings Is launching a Mini 4WD adventure park.
Located just out of Airlie Beach the Wings Adventure Park is just about ready to take off! All aboard our Wings air-conditioned bus from Airlie Beach main street bus stop heading just past Proserpine where the adrenaline begins.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia's most beguiling and beautiful natural attractions. Easily the largest living structure on Earth, it stretches over 2,300 kilometres and is visible from outer space!