Winter in the Whitsundays falls from June to August and maintains a relatively warm temperature throughout. Usually hovering in the mid-20s, winter in the Whitsundays tends to be nice and agreeable for visitors coming to the area. Evenings may need a light sweater, but it rarely gets any colder than that. Day time still allows for swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing as the sun remains strong in the Whitsundays all year. Sunscreen, hats and sunglasses are still necessary in the weather months to protect yourself from strong UV rays.
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.
Cyclone Debbie was a category 4 cyclone that stormed through the Whitsundays on 28 March 2017. Before hitting the Whitsunday Islands and Airlie Beach, the tropical cyclone made its way over the Great Barrier Reef and inner fringing reefs, causing stormy waters and crashing waves, which in turn affected the reef and its inhabitants.
The Whitsundays is in recovery mode following Cyclone Debbie, which made its way through the Whitsundays 28 March, 2017. Some of the islands and boats were affected, which has in turn affected some preexisting guests who had trips booked in the area. If you had an island vacation booked, or were booked onto a boat that is no longer available, you might be looking for alternatives.
Hamilton Island was one of the Whitsunday Island affected by Cyclone Debbie, which hit Australia on 28 March 2017. Known for it’s high-end resorts, fun activities and beautiful scenery, it is a favourite among locals and tourists alike.
Daydream Island Resort and Spa was one of the Whitsunday Islands affected by Cyclone Debbie on 28 March 2017. The island is 1km long and 400m wide and is home to one resort that operates over the entirety of the island. It is a family-friendly island that has been a go-to for locals and tourists alike boasting swimming pools, mini-golf, a spa, several restaurants and a living reef within the island complete with sharks, rays and clownfish.