The Whitsunday Islands are situated at the heart of the Great Barrier Reef on the north east tropical coast of Queensland, Australia. The islands are approximately 1,100 kilometres north of Brisbane and 700 kilometres south of Cairns.
The Whitsundays share the same latitude as the Fiji Islands and offer tropical weather virtually all year round. There are 74 islands within the Whitsunday group, many of which you can explore on our Interactive Map.
The tropical islands are fringed with coral reefs and white beaches, and feature numerous secure anchorages. The outer Great Barrier Reef provides protection from ocean swells providing calm sailing in the Whitsundays.
Plan your trip with the help of our Interactive Map or check out our suggested itineraries
Snorkelling, fishing, bushwalking, exploring or relaxing means you're unlikely to get bored
Find out what weather to expect in the Whitsundays in different seasons including wind and water temperature
Learn about all the information on board every vessel to help you navigate your boat safely
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A true island hopping experience is only possible by bareboat, you decide where to go every day