Whitsundays Island Overview
Sandwiched between the NE coast of Queensland state and The Great Barrier Reef, in Australia, Whitsunday Island is an assemblage of beautiful yet adventurer islands, clubbed in together, forming an exotic tourist attraction place. Though Whitsunday Island is itself popular enough to draw tourists, businessmen are simply attracted to its more commercial kind of term known as 'Hamilton Islands'.

The Whitsunday Islands are a collection 74 continental islands situated at the north of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. One cause for the massive tourism attraction of the Whitsunday Islands is its exotic yatching destination. Brisbane weekends are largely spent on the southern waters of Whitsunday Island, yatching out along the seashore. With a mixture of tasty Australian seafood and the traditions of Ngara people, the natives of Whitsunday Island, this spot is the best holiday destination.

Location: The Whitsunday Islands are typically located on the northeastern shores of Brisbane, Queensland.

Price: Entry to the Whitsunday Islands is free of monetary value.

Located near the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands are a group of 74 tropical islands, most popular for the Whitehaven Beach’s white sands. The elements that make Whitsunday Islands one of the top places to go in Queensland include the fascinating Heart Reef and some amazing hotels.

You can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, and sailing near the beaches or even relax on the hidden bays and beaches. You can also explore the post office, restaurants, bars, spa, library, and many other accommodation options on the luxury Hamilton Island, the largest island of Whitsundays. Swim in the clear water of the Great Barrier Reef with the rainbow fish and sea turtles and admire the stunning swirling waters of the Whitehaven beach.

Highlight of the place:
 Whitehaven Beach, Hamilton Island, Hayman Island, Whitsunday Islands National Park, Shute Harbour

 Queensland, Australia
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