The Whitsundays are situated on the tropical north coast of Queensland, Australia and encompass the Great Barrier Reef and the 74 islands of the Cumberland group that make up the magnificent Whitsunday Islands. The Whitsunday Shire has a permanent population of 15,891.
With a climate offering temperatures between 23 and 30 degrees Celsius all year the Whitsundays are a sub tropical paradise incorporating the mainland towns of Airlie Beach, Cannonvale, Shute Harbour and the historic town of Proserpine along with resorts on Hamilton Island, Hayman Island, Hook Island, South Molle Island, Long Island, Daydream Island and Lindeman Island.
Romantic tropical retreats, sailing adventures, diving adventures on the Great Barrier Reef, guided barra fishing tours or see crocodile's in their natural environment - you can even enjoy tranquil rainforest treks and whale watching, parasailing and skydiving the Whitsundays will cater for your every need and desire- if you require any further information contact the friendly staff at the Proserpine Motor Lodge.
Traveling to the Whitsundays is easy!
Our two major gateway airports - Proserpine and Hamilton Island - have daily scheduled jet services to and from Brisbane, Cairns and Sydney through major airline operators Qantas and Virgin Blue along with connecting flights to regional centres.
Daily intrastate passenger rail services call at Proserpine Railway Station and all major Australian coach and tour coach companies call at Proserpine and Airlie Beach.
If you are contemplating a driving holiday, you can’t miss the Whitsundays. Most roads in the region are suitable for normal vehicles and with some of the most spectacular tropical scenery in Queensland. A driving holiday is the perfect way to see the Whitsundays. All the services you could require for your driving holiday are available from the Proserpine Motor Lodge. For more detailed Whitsunday info
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