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Whether you’re researching where to go in the Whitsundays, brushing up on your sailing knowledge, or perhaps you would like to know more about ecotourism and Australian travel... there’s bound to be something that will interest you here.

Chalkies Beach Whitsundays
On the western coast of Haslewood Island, you will find the delightful Chalkies Beach. Sitting... Read More
Sunset family tropical Long Island Whitsundays
Long Island in the Whitsundays is a 20-minute ferry or 1-hour cruise from our base in Shute Harbour... Read More
Cid Harbour Whitsundays sharks
In recent years there has been some bad press around sharks in the Whitsundays. While there were... Read More
Weather in the whitsundays
September is the best time to visit the Whitsundays. There, we said it. We know it's a massive blog... Read More
Travel to the Whitsundays
With overseas travel off the cards indefinitely, the second half of 2020 is shaping up to be a... Read More
Hamilton Island Marina
Berth your rented yacht at the Hamilton Island marina during your sailing holiday around the... Read More
Two bushwalkers sit at the side of a rocky creek in a tropical Whitsunday forest
The Ngaro cultural site is found within Nara Inlet on Hook Island. Accessing the site can be done... Read More
Whitsundays Provisioning
Several Whitsunday provisioning companies cater for holidays and specialise in bareboat charters.... Read More
Whitsundays Scuba Diving
Scuba diving in the Whitsundays features beautiful fringing reefs full of marine life with most of... Read More
Airlie Beach Lagoon
Airlie Beach is known as the 'heart of the reef' and the gateway to the Whitsunday islands, one of... Read More
Whitsundays Wet Season sailing
For people who aren’t used to living in Australia’s north tropics, the very idea of a wet season is... Read More
Greece yacht charter
Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to charter a yacht in different sailing destinations... Read More
whitsunday walks hill inlet
It would be fair to say that most people don't associate the Whitsunday Islands with fantastic... Read More
The term ecotourism sits as a definitive guideline for the conscious traveller. We are often... Read More
snorkelling clown fish
In a time when global warming is changing our Australian landscape, affecting the Great Barrier... Read More
Cruising the Whistundays Whitehaven Beach
Picture this, you and your people cruising the Whitsunday Islands at your own pace. You have 74... Read More
Turtle Dream - Photo Credit - Phill Gordon Riptide Creative
The latest attraction to the Whitsunday Islands is Australia’s first underwater sculpture trail.... Read More
Fishing Whitsundays
The Whitsunday waters are teeming with a huge variety of fish making fishing in the Whitsundays a... Read More
Learning to sail with Whitsunday Rent A Yacht
If you’re interested in learning to sail, our Whitsundays School of Sailing offers world-renowned... Read More
Trip in a Van Family
  Travelling family Trip in a Van joined us to cross a dream off their bucket list,... Read More
Bareboating in Summer Whitsundays
When people think of a Queensland summer and bareboating, they assume it's not a good time to hire... Read More
Whitsunday islands at sunset
Would you like to jump-start your charter before it's even begun? Simply contact us and request pre... Read More
Kids Snorkelling Whitsundays
A holiday chartering a yacht around the Whitsundays would not be complete without visiting some of... Read More
Tongue Point The Whitsundays Sailing to Whitehaven
If you’re planning to go on a bareboat charter around the Whitsundays Islands for the first time,... Read More

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