One Day Ultimate WhiteHaven Beach Hike and Lookout

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Spend a full day experiencing magnificent Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island, swimming, hiking and enjoying the sunshine. A superb natural asset, Whitehaven Beach is 98% pure silica (quartz), which gives it its dazzling white colour. Hill Inlet is here too, a mesmerising swirl of sandbars and aquamarine sea channels.

One Day Ultimate WhiteHaven Beach Hike and Lookout
From$ aud

Group booking discount

Tour Highlights

  • Scenic return cruise through the Whitsundays, with up to 6 hours on Whitehaven Beach
  • Guided walk to Hill Inlet and Lookout
  • Guided walk to Solway Circuit Lookout and Chance Bay
  • A gourmet burger on the beach
  • Morning and afternoon tea
  • Beach games
  • Protective stinger suits
  • Dedicated host for the duration of the day
  • All-inclusive drinks and charcuterie board on return from Whitehaven Beach to Hamilton Island

Tour Info

Code CWS-03
  • Cruise
Duration 1 Day
Price From $
Vehicle Cruise Ship
Suitability Open Age
Start Airlie Beach @ 7.15 am
Finish Airlie Beach @ 6.20 pm
Travel Insurance Required

Cruise to superb, 7km-long Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island. From the beach's northern end, a leisurely 1.3km-return guided hike to Hill Inlet lookout follows a path walked by the Whitsundays' traditional owners, the Ngaro people. Back at Whitehaven's southern end, swim or relax on the sand, or tackle the easy-going 1.2km Solway Circuit walk to impressive Solway Passage lookout and secluded Chance Bay. A delicious gourmet burger is waiting for you back on the Whitehaven sand.


  • Swimwear and beach towel
  • Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and protective clothing
  • Light jacket/sweater for a cool or windy day
  • Comfortable walking shoes


COACH TRANSFERS to Port of Airlie are available at an additional cost. NOTE: Schedule changes may occur. Where a Day Cruise is cancelled we will send notification to the contact details provided at the time of your booking. Itinerary is subject to prevailing weather and sea conditions including tides, wind, swell, sun and rain. The vessel's Master must at his discretion determine the most appropriate course to ensure acceptable levels of safety and comfort for passengers, crew and other vessels. All tours from Port of Airlie will stop at Hamilton Island to drop off and collect guests.

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