Lindeman Island, the Whitsundays – Image courtesy of Tourism Queensland
Introducing Lindeman Island
A World Heritage-listed national park set in 690ha of pristine natural beauty, Lindeman offers a unique setting that is ideal for nature lovers as well as couples seeking a relaxing honeymoon holiday or romantic getaway.
What to do and see on Lindeman Island
Follow the more than 20km of bushwalking tracks to explore the island’s flora and fauna and enjoy breathtaking hilltop views. Stroll through Butterfly Valley or climb Mount Oldfield, 212m high and offering 360° views of Pentecost and Hamilton islands.
Choose from seven stunning beaches; Gap Beach is a great location for snorkelling and golden orchids grow on the mangroves at the end of the beach. Try to spot any of the more than 90 species of birds that dart through the trees. Watch dolphins from the shore throughout the year and whales from July to November.
Lindeman Island hosts Australia's only Club Med island resort. The all-inclusive Club Med concept provides the perfect way for couples to enjoy a wide range of activities on offer, from joining the circus and trying out the flying trapeze to a round of golf overlooking the nearby islands, snorkelling, scuba diving (at extra cost), sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and tennis.
Best time to visit the Whitsundays
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.