Walk The Whitsundays
Embark on a breathtaking walking tour of the Whitsunday Islands, a bushwalkers’ paradise of picturesque island landscapes surrounded by turquoise blue waters.
The Whitsunday Islands National Park and surrounding waters are located in the protected Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Australia’s first and the world’s largest World Heritage Area.
Immerse yourself in the exquisite natural habitats as you traverse impressive, age-old walking tracks including the Ngaro Sea Trail. These age-old trails aren’t connected to the mainland, the only way to access the remote island tracks is by water.
This trip includes the Whitsunday highlights:
- Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet lookout
- Fringing coral formations located in safe anchorages around the islands
Solway Lass, your very comfortable liveaboard tall ship acts as your floating home. Let her transport you between secluded bays and tropical islands. There is no better way to see the islands than to harness the power of the wind to sail from one location to the next. Get as involved as you want, grab the helm or hoist the sails. Alternatively, sit back and feel the breeze on your face as the wind carries you to your next location.
This tour is only offered between April to October. Our dry season offers temperate conditions perfect for walking. Typically walkers are:
- Over 50 and active
- Interested in nature
- Appreciate meeting like-minded people
- Enjoy a conversation over a drink after an adventurous day
Most walkers come with a partner or friend. This trip is also ideal for solo travelers wanting to share experiences.
If this sounds like you, download a brochure today to find out more about the trip.