The day starts with a short cruise to Daydream Island Resort and Spa‚ a wonderful stop for couples and families alike. Here you can enjoy one of the most unique attractions in Queensland, the ‘Living Reef’ Coral Lagoon – a miniature Great Barrier Reef. See the Shark and Stingray feeding at 10am. Wander around the resort or take a dip in the pool.
From Daydream Island it’s another 30 minutes to Hamilton Island. Soak up the atmosphere with a wander along Hamilton Island’s famous Front Street with its boutiques, galleries and cafes overlooking the luxury vessels at home in the Marina.
From Hamilton you’ll cruise through the picturesque Solway Passage to Whitehaven Beach – a “must-see” in the Whitsundays. The crystal clear aqua waters and pristine white silica sand stretch for over seven kilometres. It is Mother Nature at her best – the most photographed beach in Australia and named “Queensland’s Most Beautiful Beach”. Join in the beach cricket, wander along the beach to your own secluded stretch, laze on the beach or cool off in the azure waters.
Highlights & Inclusions
Picnic Lunch chiller pack
This includes a tasty wrap, a prawn and chicken salad, cheese and crackers, fruit, a cookie and a bottle of water.
Want to make a full day of it? Then catch the early boat to Daydream and enjoy their delicious buffet breakfast before joining up with the guide and group.
|Full Day – Abel Point||8:30am||6:00pm|
|Breakfast Cruise – Abel Point||7:00am||6:00pm|
Return times are when the ferry departs the island to head home.
FREE courtesy coach transfers from local area accommodation to/from Abel Point Marina which is just 5 minutes from Airlie Beach.
|PRICES||Full Day||Full Day + Breakfast|
|All prices are in AU$ and subject to change|
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