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    Whitsunday Coast

    Swim with turtles, spot whales, walk barefoot along one of the world’s most beautiful beaches and sail around the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef while on holiday in the Whitsundays. The Whitsundays is an archipelago of 74 tropical islands located off the Queensland coast, next to the Great Barrier Reef. Visitors travel to the Whitsundays from all around the world to relax on the pure white sands of Whitehaven Beach, soar over Heart Reef in a sea plane and stay in world-class accommodation on luxury islands. Located in the heart of region, the coastal town of Airlie Beach has long been a popular holiday destination. Long Island is the closest island to the Whitsundays mainland. Picture nine kilometres of walking tracks, lookouts, protected bays, and pristine beaches, all fringed by coral reef that makes for the ideal weekender.

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    Airlie Beach Airlie Beach
    Airlie Beach

    Located in the heart of the Whitsundays region, the coastal town of Airlie Beach has long been a popular holiday destination. The year-round tropical weather, palm-fringed beaches, waterfront parks, al fresco restaurants and vibrant markets inspire you to go with the flow and soak up the laid-back vibe in this tropical paradise. Nearby, you’ll find tropical rain forest and waterfalls in Conway National Park, while the sparkling waters of the Coral Sea offer plenty of adventures from sailing and snorkeling to sleeping on the reef.

    Long Island Long Island
    Long Island

    Long Island is the closest island to The Whitsundays mainland. Picture nine kilometres of walking tracks, lookouts, protected bays, and pristine beaches - all fringed by coral reef that makes for the ideal weekender. Long Island is mostly national park and has around 17km of walking trails to explore the plentiful native flora and fauna on this dramatic natural landscape. Surrounded by secluded bays and expansive coral fringing reefs great for snorkelling and beachcombing, Long Island is a quiet paradise for visitors seeking seclusion and tranquillity.

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