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The Whitsundays are one of the most beautiful places in Australia. With bucket-list items like Whitehaven Beach, Hill Inlet Lookout, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park at your fingertips, the Whitsundays are the ultimate getaway into the tropics. It appeals to all of the senses, with its fantastic sights, smells and experiences and is inclusive to all walks of life. If you’re visiting the Whitsundays but are deaf or hearing impaired, there are many tours available to you so you can come enjoy this amazing part of Australia.
The Whitsundays are one of the most beautiful places on earth. Not only visually, but to all the senses. The warm ocean breeze, combined with the lull of the ocean and softness of the sands at Whitehaven means that even those who are visually impaired can enjoy the amazing uniqueness of the Whitsundays. As one of the most visited places in Australia, the Whitsundays has something to offer to everyone.
There are many ways to enjoy the Whitsundays if you’re coming in a group and want to explore this beautiful part of the world. There are options to join in on an overnight sailing tour, day tour, skydiving, bareboating and much more. With the Whitsundays at your fingertips, you have the freedom and ability to do what you want, exactly how you want!
Coral spawning is when coral simultaneously release their eggs out into the ocean for purposes of reproduction. Sometimes fertilised and sometimes not, both male spermatozoa and female ova are released during the masse event. The coral increase their chance of reproductive success by spawning at the same time as their counterparts.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is one of the natural wonders of the world. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places in the world and can in fact, been seen from outer space.
Bareboating is when you self-skipper your own boat. You or one of your group are the captain, while you or your guests act as the crew. You are in charge of your own trip, choosing to do what you want, when you want.
New research has shown that dugong calves have made a comeback on the reef.
The population was virtually wiped out after Cyclone Yasi in 2011, which damaged seagrass grown, their main source of food. However, recent aerial surveys have shown that they have made a comeback and are now doing well on the reef.
The Whitsundays are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Australia. It’s not only a paradise in itself, but it is also a photographer's dream.
Take a look at these 10 Instagram photos to see why you should come to the Whitsundays!
School holidays are fast approaching for the winter months. Holidays change depending on which state or territory you live in, but everyone has a break at some point in the winter months, meaning it’s a perfect place to explore Australia and the Whitsundays! It just so happens that the winter is one of the best seasons to visit this beautiful part of the country and coincides with whale season - one of our favourite times of year. For a complete list of school holidays in Australia visit here.
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