The Whitsundays

Go sailing in the beautiful Whitsunday Islands
 

Travel to the Whitsunday Islands - sailing, snorkeling, sunbathing

If you like sitting on the deck of a sailboat, observing sea turtles as the sun sets on the horizon while enjoying a cold drink, then a cruise in the Whitsunday Islands undoubtedly something for you. Book your trip to the Whitsundays with KILROY!

Whitehaven Beach and stingrays

Most boat trips to the Whitsunday Islands and Whitehaven Beach depart from Airlie Beach on the mainland of Australia. Here you can stay a night or two and enjoy the cool backpacker life before setting out to sail for a few days.

On your cruise, you will go to Whitehaven Beach which is a definite must-see. The crystal clear sea, white sand and marine life will make anyone in awe. Whitehaven Beach stretches over seven kilometers on Whitsunday Island, which is the largest of 74 islands in the Whitsundays. When sailing in the Whitsunday Islands, you get the most beautiful scenery, relaxation and adventure at the same time.

The most photographed beach in Australia
Whitehaven Beach Australia

When you see Whitehaven Beach, you'll understand why the beach is the most photographed beach in Australia, and also appointed to be the South Pacific's number 1 beach in 2015 by TripAdvisor. The white sand and the blue sea are truly breathtakingly beautiful.

The best views of the Whitsunday Islands

To get the best view of the island you must go to Tongue Point. Walk up the hill to the lookout at Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach.

Weather in Whitsunday Islands

The climate is tropical and warm and pleasant all year round.

KILROY's best travel tips

Check if there is snorkeling equipment on the boat; otherwise you need to bring your own. There are many opportunities to jump in the water. We recommend you cruise the islands for at least a few days to get the full experience.

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