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Whitsunday national park islands

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View from Tongue Point over Hill Inlet, Whitsunday Island. Photo: J Heitman.

View from Tongue Point over Hill Inlet, Whitsunday Island. Photo: J Heitman.


Welcome to the Whitsundays, home to the Ngaro people for at least the past 9000 years. Many sites throughout the Whitsundays hold special meaning for Ngaro descendents and are a continuing connection to Country. The Ngaro people welcome you to their homeland and hope you enjoy your visit.


Continental islands lying off the Queensland coast 10–40km south-east of Airlie Beach

What's special

Jewel-green islands sparkle in an aquamarine ocean. Secluded beaches, coral reefs and towering hoop pines complete the picture—all are part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. The Whitsundays is also home to the Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail, a unique blend of seaways and picturesque walks.


Visitor facilities update after tropical cyclone Debbie

Tropical cyclone Debbie has damaged natural areas and some facilities within this national park. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is working to open all its facilities as quickly as possible. Check for the current status of facilities (PDF, 56K) before your visit.

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Last updated
21 April 2017