The beautiful Whitsundays in Queensland is officially back in business after the devastation of Cyclone Debbie. Boats are sailing, charters are going ahead as planned and the community has rallied to get ready for the hot season ahead. We wanted to showcase our stunning Whitsunday Travel Guide from our recent Whitsunday odyssey to promote one of our favourite locations and Australia's most magical areas. The local community of the Whitsundays are now ready to welcome you back to this iconic destination and look forward to seeing you up there in the very near future. Check it out...
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We planned a fun 8-day Whitsundays holiday filled with reef diving, island hopping, water activities and plenty of time to relax. We brought along a few of our favourite sun lovers to sail the Whitsunday odyssey with our skipper Gazza from Whitsunday Escape. Included in our entourage were marine biologist Brinkley Davies, serial social holidayers Olive Cooke and Emily Hutchinson and photographers Ming Nomchong, Carly Brown and the guys from Salty Wings and then to round it out we included mr good times himself Dave archipelago

The trip kicked off with three days in Airlie Beach which was enough time to chat to the locals and get the inside story on the best things to do and explore in the Whitsundays.

Every conversation pointed to two things: a one-day Cruise Whitsundays dive trip to the outer Great Barrier Reef and a sea plane flight over Heart Reef and Whitehaven Beach with Air Whitsunday.

Then we spent four leisurely days on a #gobareboating catamaran exploring the 74 Whitsunday Islands. Thanks to our very own skipper (a local who knew just the right places), we stumbled across our own secret beaches, found hidden gems and watched the tropical Whitsunday world go by.

Our trip ended with an overnight stay on glorious Hamilton Island - and a chance to mix water sports and hiking activities with chill outs by the resort pool and enjoy quality restaurant and cocktail time. This is our Whitsunday TRAVEL GUIDE