There’s nothing more life affirming than whale watching. These majestic creatures are a sight to see on any holiday, but your best chance for whale watching is while sailing in the Whitsundays.
The Whitsunday Islands are a group of islands off the coast of Queensland, Australia. This popular holiday destination is the perfect location for a snorkelling holiday because it is located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. There are plenty of opportunities to go snorkelling with tour groups that will help you find the best snorkelling sights.
Whitsunday Island is located off the coast of Queensland, Australia, and is a must see tourist location. On your Whitsunday Island holiday, there’s so much to do, from bush-walking and camping, to snorkelling and scuba diving.
Since Pixar’s Finding Nemo, the clownfish has been iconic worldwide. While Dory always told us that we could find Nemo at 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney, the truth is that Nemo is more likely to be found on a Whitsunday boat trip in the Great Barrier Reef.
What better way to soak up the sun than on a holiday in the Whitsunday Islands – the summer capital of the world! While not strictly summer, the best time to holiday in the Whitsunday Islands is September. This time of year offers the best balance between sunny temperatures and the lowest humidity, so you can make the most of your time on the beach and in the water.
The Great Barrier Reef is known across the world for its incredible coral formations. While you sail the Whitsundays, you can discover the magic of this unique ecosystem on a purpose built catamaran.
The Whitsundays are the perfect location for a romantic getaway. There’s nothing like clear skies, blue skies and white sands to enjoy time with your loved one. Here are our recommendations for the best way to spend your romantic Whitsundays holiday.
There’s so much to see and do on a Whitsunday reef tour, including discovering the incredible aquatic wildlife of the Great Barrier Reef. Along with the thousands of fish species, as well as whales, dolphins and turtles, you might also meet the beautiful Dugongs of the Whitsunday Islands.
Hook Island is part of the Whitsunday Islands National Park and is almost uninhabited. This rugged island is an exciting place to visit while sailing around the Whitsundays and is often included as part of sailing and snorkelling tours of the area.
On your Whitsundays sailing holiday, snorkelling is an exciting activity you won’t want to miss, but there are some important things you will need to remember to make the most of your snorkelling adventure.
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.