Hamilton Island is situated in the heart of the Whitsundays and is one of 74 tropical islands that lie between the Queensland Coast and The Great Barrier Reef.
Over 80 per cent of Hamilton Island has been carefully preserved in its natural state so that visitors can continue to enjoy the pristine beauty of the island's fabulous beaches, unspoilt nature trails and secluded hideaways.
Cid Harbour, Whitsunday Island
This is a truly picturesque anchorage where you can sit back and enjoy the quiet peaceful setting, amidst the azure blue waters.
Nara Inlet, Hook Island
This is a fjord like inlet offering protection and calm water in all weather.
Blue Pearl Bay, Hayman Island
Blue Pearl Bay is situated on Hayman Island in the northern part of the Whitsundays. This bay, the site of some of Queensland's most spectacular fringing reef, is full of beautifully formed coral and teeming with hundreds of colourful tropical fish.
Butterfly Bay, Hook Island
Beautiful beaches, excellent snorkeling and gorgeous scenery.
Cateran Bay, Border Island
Here you can experience fabulous snorkeling and see the reefs teeming with tropical fish.
Whithaven Beach, Whitsunday Island
A beautiful white sand beach that ranks as one of the best in the world.