Whitsunday Islands and Surrounds



The Whitsunday region covers an area from Bowen to the North and just short of Mackay 

to the south. This lush diverse area has mountains to floodplains and nearly everything else in between. Except for snow, that’s something you’ll never have to worry about as even in winter the days are warm enough to wear your summer clothes.

Airlie Beach is at the heart of the Whitsundays and the region is most renowned for having 74 islands. With most being uninhabited it makes for great fishing, boating and adventure.

The Whitsundays are a relaxing place to live and visit and it’s tropical weather makes it a great place to indulge in a different pace of life.


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Whitsundays and surrounds

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Fishing Reports

Fishing Reports

Below are a selection of fishing reports from reputable tackle stores and fishing charters companies from around the region.  For ...
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