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The Whitsundays with its clear turquoise water is a great place to paddleboard. Off the beach at Whitehaven, or from the sandspit of Langford Reef are two of the most popular destinations. It’s a fun activity for participants and spectators alike.

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Snorkelling is the most popular water activity in the Whitsundays. The marine park offers a dazzling array of underwater sights. Hard and soft corals and fish life make every snorkelling safari different and engaging.

Tarzan Rope Swing

The Tarzan rope off Solway Lass provides a bundle of fun for everyone on board. Whether you’re 70 or 17, the Tarzan rope will bring out your inner child.

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Lookouts and Walking Tracks

There is a growing number of National Park lookouts throughout the 74 islands of the Whitsundays. The Hill Inlet, Whitehaven Beach lookout is by far the most popular. Each lookout offers spectacular panoramic views and shows off the beauty of the islands.


Strolling along the beach is a wonderful Whitsundays past time. Lose yourself in nature, view rays and lemon sharks in the water. Let the sand wash through your toes. Find pieces of coral or other hidden gems along the many beaches in secluded bays amongst the islands.

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