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Bushwalking

The region is a bounty of national parks great for the most serious of bushwalkers whilst the long stretches of silica sand on Whitehaven Beach caters for those who prefer to take relaxing strolls.

Whitsundays Sailing Adventures will take you to Tongue Bay where you will take a walk to one of the most famous lookouts in the world, Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach. The view will take your breath away. Crystal blue water, pure white sand and lush green islands make up the most magnificant view. Picture perfect holiday snaps just like a postcard.

A lookout highlighting the islands of the Whitsundays, can also be found at Spion Kop, South Molle Island. On islands without tracks, beach walking and rock hopping along the rocky coastline can provide an introduction to much of the island’s flora and fauna.

The Whitsundays include more than 74 continental islands that were once part of the adjacent mainland. National park status has been given wholly or in part to most of these islands. More than 96 percent of the 30,000ha of wooded hills, rocky headlands and shingle beaches are managed to protect a range of values including fauna, flora, water quality and the scenic integrity. The waterways and beaches surrounding the islands are marine park‚ and fall within the Great Barrier Reef world heritage area.

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