Daydream Island has welcomed its first guests since reopening its doors on April 14, 2019. The much-loved resort has been closed for almost 2 years following Tropical Cyclone Debbie, but is now back in full swing and encouraging guests to book, visit and come see their beautiful new look!
It’s NAIDOC Week, and here in the Whitsundays we are celebrating it with passion. From informative social media posts to PCYC celebrations, the Whitsundays pays tribute to the Traditional Custodians of the region, the Ngaro peoples.
Conde Nast Traveller asked readers to rank 30 islands outside of the United States to determine the best islands in the world - and the Whitsunday Islands grabbed a title as the best island in Australia and the South Pacific!
In 2018 and 2019 the Whitsundays will see the reopening of three resort accommodations in Airlie Beach, Daydream Island and Hayman Island.
All three resorts were closed after damages incurred by Cyclone Debbie in 2017, and have since been closed for renovations and upgrades.
Airlie Beach Race Week is scheduled for the 6th to the 14th of August 2020 and the Race Committee and Whitsunday Sailing Club staff have been working busily behind the scenes to make sure this year’s event goes ahead as planned.
Airlie Beach Hotel recently closed its Mangrove Jack’s Cafe/Bar in lieu of opening up a more modern Pub as part of the hotel. Located on the Airlie Esplanade, The Pub serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night snacks along with a full bar.
Australia’s largest offshore sailing regatta is set to bring people from all over the world as their biggest event of the year, Hamilton Island Race Week sets the stage for a week of exciting events 15 - 22 August 2020.