Amongst the Great Barrier Reef, 74 pristine tropical islands are waiting to be discovered off the Whitsunday coast. So set your clocks to “Island Time” and chart a course to paradise…
- Incredible BeachesIncredible Beaches
Traverse through the maze of islands and witness hidden coves, picturesque private beaches and find your own beach paradise.
Sink your toes into the pure white silica sand of the iconic Whitehaven Beach, one of the world's best beaches.
Laze in tropical waters and experience true seclusion at one of the many beautiful island beaches that await.
- Secluded HikingSecluded Hiking
Get off the beaten-track and immerse yourself in Australia's lush rainforests and bushland.
Explore the rainforests that are brimming with life, or hike the rugged mountain peaks and witness panoramic views.
When you stray from the shore you immediately discover the unexpected natural beauty of the islands.
- Aquatic PlaygroundAquatic Playground
From stand-up paddle boarding to kayaking, from jetski action to the very best in game and sports fishing, the Whitsundays is an aquatic playground from sunrise to sunset.
Dive, fish, sail, snorkel, swim, SUP, the choices are endless in the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
- Indigenous ToursIndigenous Tours
Immerse yourself in an Australian culture experience with your own Ngaro Indigenous Guide onboard.
Learn about the history of these ancient island sea people and their customs.
Discover aboriginal rock paintings, try your hand at throwing a traditional fishing spear and learn all about "bush tucker" - this truly would be an enriching experience for all ages.
- Mountain BikingMountain Biking
Looking for a more adventurous way to discover the wonders of the Whitsundays?
Discover the beauty of South Molle Island as you cycle through the only island biking trail in the Whitsundays.
Enjoy the rolling green hills of Australian bush and take in the spectacular blue vistas...
- Our EnvironmentOur Environment
With an incredible combination of wildlife, history, floral and fauna, not to mention the spectacular coral reefs, the preservation of this Whitsunday region is at the heart of every action undertaken by locals and visitors alike.
There are many environmental pursuits available to our superyacht crew and guests, such as volunteering with Eco Barge Clean Seas, a non-for-important organization. Their marine debris removal program is open to anyone wishing to volunteer. Alternatively, visit the Whitsundays Turtle Rescue Centre and assist with sick or injured marine turtles.
For an educational experience, hire a Master Reef Guide to teach you more about the history of the region and the Great Barrier Reef ecosystem.