When the Winter chill starts to seep into your bones, there’s nothing left to do but to escape to a warmer climate! But you don’t have to leave Australia to find relief from the cold!
The Whitsunday Islands have the perfect tropical climate to lift your winter blues. The Whitsundays are warm year round, but are particularly pleasant to visit during Winter months. The winter months in the Whitsundays are neither too hot, nor too cold, and also avoid the rainy season, which occurs between January and March. The average winter temperature is 24-25 degrees, making it just right for beach going, snorkeling and exploring the Great Barrier Reef on a Whitsundays holiday.
What are the best winter activities to plan for your Whitsundays holiday?
Relax under the sun: There’s nothing like spending your winter days relaxing under the sun! Visit Whitehaven Beach, the image of tropical luxury. The waters of Whitehaven Beach are crystal blue and the sands are 99% silica, making it cool to the touch – something you’ll be grateful for under the warm tropical sun! Wander along the short bush walk to Hill Inlet Lookout and check out one of the most beautiful views in the world!
Sail the tropical waters: Hop on board a Wings catamaran and enjoy a two day, two night tour on your Whitsundays holiday. The friendly Wings crew will take you to the best locations in the Whitsunday Islands, including Whitehaven Beach. Relax on board as Wings’ state of the art catamaran sails you from island to island and to all the must-see sights of the Whitsundays.
Discover the Great Barrier Reef: Wings grew will also take you to the best sights in the Great Barrier Reef. Pull on your snorkel gear and dive below the surface to get up close to one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Discover beautiful coral, over 2000 species of fish, as well as whales, turtles, manta rays and more!
Say no to the winter chill and warm up your winter with a Whitsundays holiday.
Wings operates sailing tours around the Whitsundays. Travel to Whitehaven Beach and explore the beautiful white sands, swim amongst the aquatic wildlife, sail across Australia's magnificent blue waters.