Honeymoon guide to Brampton Island
Located at the southern end of the Whitsundays, Brampton Island is almost entirely made up of national park and is the perfect honeymoon destination.
Choose from any of the 12 white sandy beaches for sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling above the island’s fringing reef.
Join a jet ski safari to circumnavigate the island and explore beautiful beaches and secluded spots that are just perfect for a romantic picnic.
Explore the hilly island along several walking tracks or stroll across to uninhabited Carlisle Island at low tide.
Or relax by the pool, unwind at the island spa and later enjoy fine dining ashore or afloat on a sunset cruise.
The island’s single 3.5-star resort, Voyages Brampton Island, offers a colourful and easy-going resort with spa facilities and a huge range of activities including sailboarding, snorkelling, catamaran sailing, jet ski tours, tennis, archery, fishing and water skiing.
Note: The resort is now closed and looks unlikely to open anytime soon or until a new owner has been found.
Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travellers have to say about Brampton Island Resort at TripAdvisor.
The Whitsundays enjoys a tropical climate with hot summers, warm winters and a pleasant spring and autumn. Summer, from December to February, averages between 25°C and 31°C and winter from 18°C to 26°C.
For more climate info: Whitsundays Weather Guide…
Frequent daily flights are available from all Australian capital cities connecting to Mackay Airport. From there, arriving guests to Voyages Brampton Island are meet, with the choice of travelling to the island by launch (1 hr 15 min) or by private aircraft (20 min).
Latest update Brampton Island Whitsundays: 14 January, 2019