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Hill Inlet
Airlie Beach
Hill Inlet in the Whitsundays is a stunning inlet located at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. As the tide shifts, the white sand and blue hues of the inlet blend seamlessly to create a breathtaking mosaic.
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Hill Inlet Lookout
Whitsundays
This short, gently sloping stroll to the Hill Inlet Lookout leads you to one of the world
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Langford Island
Whitsundays
Langford Island, near Hayman Island in the northern Whitsundays is a popular spot with sailors, divers and snorkellers. Many of the bareboats and crewed sailing boats will anchor near Langford Island. Langford Island is relatively small, but features a long sand spit that all but disappears at high tide. This is an excellent spot for a picnic, sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling.
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Luncheon Bay
Hook Island
Luncheon Bay is situated on the northern side of Hook Island and features pristine coral and superb marine life. Luncheon Bay is popular with beginner divers thanks to its easy beach entry option. Intro divers can enter the water gradually from the beach, allowing plenty of time to become accustomed to the dive gear and the water.
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Maureens Cove, Hook Island
Hook Island
Situated on the northern side of Hook Island, Maureen's Cove is a popular anchorage with sailors and divers alike. There are two dive sites at Maureen's Cove. At the back of the cove, on the western side of the beach is a series of bommies starting at 12 - 15 metres and rising to within three metres of the surface, parallel to the shoreline. Gullies and shallow caves make for an interesting dive, as does the abundance of medium-sized fish life.
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Molle Islands National Park
South Molle Island
Molle Islands National Park covers a picturesque cluster of islands in the heart of the Whitsundays with white sandy beaches and pockets of rainforest, encircled by the aqua waters of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The islands provide a wildlife refuge and are popular with nature lovers. South Molle is the largest, offering walking tracks with stunning views. Snorkel at Sandy Bay. Sail around the islands. Bush camp on some islands. Camping bookings are essential. It is recommended to book in advance for school holidays. Take water and a fuel stove. At low tide walk between South and Mid Molle islands. In late spring, witness an underwater snowstorm - the annual spawning of coral. Check restrictions on activities such as spearfishing, anchoring, fishing and collecting.
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Mount Oldfield Walk
Shute Harbour
Lindeman Island National Park is set like a green emerald in an indigo ocean. High up on the plateau of the island this walk is the stage for exhilarating views to other islands and the distant mainland.
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Ngaro Cultural Site
Whitsundays
The Ngaro people have walked this land for over 9,000 years. Protected from the elements in a once-hidden cave, Ngaro artwork adorns the fragile rock surface.
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Paddle Bay Track and Campsite
Airlie Beach
The Paddle Bay track on South Molle Island is a great walk if you are after an easy afternoon stroll. The lush rainforest at the start of the track has a eucalypt overstorey indicating that this was once an area of open forest. The track winds down to a beach of coral fragments and continues along the beach away from the resort.
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Peter Faust Dam
Proserpine
Tucked away just 30 minutes inland from Proserpine is Peter Faust Dam. It's an ideal spot for water sports and an even better location for freshwater fishing with the prospect of landing a prized Barramundi - the prince of freshwater catches. A combination of tropical climate with long summers and mild winters, a very active fish stocking group, and the submerged branches and structure surrounding the lake, make it the ideal spot for Barramundi and you may even catch your first metre-plus Barra!
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