Discover your Whitsundays accommodation
Mantra Boathouse Apartments
From $261 pn
Daydream Island Resort
From $453 pn
Oaks Mackay Rivermarque Hotel
From $161 pn
Oaks Mackay Carlyle Suites
From $151 pn
From $277 pn
Heart Hotel and Gallery Whitsundays
From $158 pn
Hamilton Island - Reef View Hotel
Hamilton Island - Palm Bungalows
Hamilton Island - Beach Club
From $321 pn
The Whitsundays are a world-famous archipelago nestled atop the Great Barrier Reef and are likely responsible for coining the phrase ‘tropical paradise’. While your Whitsundays accommodation can’t land you on all 74 islands, you can expect picturesque and pristine beaches, unspoilt rainforests, and utter serenity at each destination.
Airlie Beach is the central hub of action for the Whitsundays based on the mainland, you’ll find plenty of dining, nightlife and accessibility for island hoping and water activities galore! Hamilton island is the largest of the Whitsundays with several types of accommodation, activities, beaches and dining! Day Dream island, having undergone a facelift is more magical than ever, and they started with the worlds largest living reef so you can only imagine what ‘better’ looks like! Long island is a smaller island perfect for relaxation and reconnecting.
An unexpected entrant to the Whitsunday grouping is Mackay. Known for sugar and mining, the region also boasts 31 beautiful sandy beaches, access to the reef and surrounding islands, as well as Eungella National Park and Finch Hatton Gorge!
No matter what tropical escape you’re dreaming of, we can make them a reality! We thrive on delivering magical and memorable holidays, so let us create your next escape – call your personal holiday consultant on 1300 788 553 today.
Whitsundays weather is sub-tropical meaning year round sunshine is to be expected! Situated on the same tropical latitude line as Honolulu, the Whitsundays boast perfect weather for beach-side escapes.
With an average annual temperature of 27.5 degrees, warm ocean waters year-round and un-abating sunshine it’s no wonder the Whitsundays are one of the world’s natural miracles.View Weather