1. There are 74 islands. The best thing about this breathtaking assortment of islands in the Coral Sea is that there are so many of them. Located along the coast of Queensland, the Whitsundays are made up of islands, reefs, rainforests and deserted coastlines. Continue Reading
The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest and healthiest reef. It provides world-class scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, boating and cruising.
Stretching over 1,400 square miles — from Tropical North Queensland in the North, to Bundaberg in the South — the Great Barrier Reef is easily accessible from various points, including Port Douglas, Cairns, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Seventeen Seventy and Bundaberg. Continue Reading
Hayman Island is the northernmost Whitsunday Island and offers the quintessential tropical paradise experience.
Hayman is a private island, but it’s open to the public and a good thing too with long, white-sand beaches, green tropical gardens and the stunning Blue Pearl Bay, it would be a shame not to share it. Continue Reading
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven wonders of the natural world — larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living thing on earth visible from space. The Great Barrier Reef also provides world-class scuba diving and snorkeling, sailing, boating and cruising. Continue Reading
I think I’ll go on a walkabout
And find out what it’s all about – and that ain’t hard
Just me and my own two feet
In the heat I’ve got myself to meet.
– Walkabout, Red Hot Chili Peppers
Visitors to Australia are missing the boat if they don’t experience an Aboriginal cultural program, because it’s such an enriching way to better understand and respect the customs, traditions and ceremonies that date back tens of thousands of years. One way to do so is to experience a Walkabout. Continue Reading
Uluru is the Aboriginal and official name of Ayers Rock. It refers to both the rock itself and the waterhole on top of the rock.
For many visitors to Australia, the trip to the immense, magnificent Ayers Rock (Uluru) is the most anticipated part of their trip. One of the most memorable moments is seeing the huge monolith change color as the sun sets. Continue Reading