Whitsundays Honeymoon Guide
As one of the world’s top honeymoon destinations, the Whitsundays offer 74 islands – only eight of which are inhabited – sheltered by one of the world’s seven natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef.
Discover the Whitsunday Islands (also known as the Whitsundays) for a honeymoon: romantic sunsets over crystal clear waters and balmy moonlit nights under swaying palm trees make the Whitsunday Islands a truly memorable honeymoon destination for any newlywed.
And don’t forget the Whitsunday Coast, with its pristine national parks and bustling, friendly coastal towns that offer an endless array of fun-filled activities.
The Whitsundays is located around 1100km north of Brisbane and around 600km south of Cairns.
The Whitsundays offer newlyweds some of the most romantic locations in the world and are typically one island, one resort.
Combine the superb facilities and huge choice of activities, including snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing, swimming or simple relaxation, and you have the makings of the honeymoon of a lifetime.
Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travellers have to say about resorts in the Whitsundays at TripAdvisor.
On the mainland, bustling Airlie Beach also offers a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and a plethora of land- and water-based activities.
For the best weather visit the Whitsundays anytime between May and November. However, late March through December are considered the best holiday months.
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.
Explore the Whitsundays…
|› Brampton Island
› Daydream Island
› Hamilton Island
|› Hayman Island
› Hook Island
› Lindeman Island
|› Long Island
› South Molle Island
› Whitsunday Island
Latest update about The Whitsundays: 27 May, 2017