Don’t know which Island you would prefer? Why not visit both? If it's your dream to see more than one Island, 'Twin Island Escape' to Daydream and Hamilton Islands is perfect for you with a breakfast option too.
Daydream Island is the perfect Island for families and couples alike. It has an incredible living reef lagoon, short bush walks, a huge resort swimming pool and spas and a huge range of activities. Hamilton Island buzzes with excitement, activities, restaurants and resort attractions. It also has beautiful beaches, nature walks and stunning scenery.
Choose a full day cruise or, if you're up with the early birds, book a breakfast cruise! A delightful cruise through the Whitsundays is how your day will start.
First stop is at Daydream Island Resort and Spa. Here you can enjoy one of the most unique attractions in Queensland, the 'Living Reef' Coral Lagoon - a miniature Great Barrier Reef. Take a dip in the pool before watching the sharks and stingrays be fed.
From Daydream it’s just a short 30-minute cruise to Hamilton Island for a delicious lunch. After lunch, explore the island using the Shuttle Bus service. Maybe a visit to Hamilton Wildlife Park to see some of Australia's most loved, feared and unique animals, do a little shopping, visit the galleries or try the bowling alley!
Staff at the Marina office on Hamilton will provide you with information and assist with any optional attractions such as jet boat rides and the Wildlife Park.
For the latest prices and availability we can assist with tour bookings at the park - Free Call 1800 653 445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- BIG4 Airlie Cove Resort is within walking distance to Port of Airlie, however, coach transfers are an option.
- All prices are in Australian dollars.
- Please note a credit card administration fee of 1.5% (Mastercard & Visa) and 2.8% (Amex) applies to all bookings. This fee is not included if payment is made via POLi.
- Great Barrier Reef Environmental Management Charge (EMC)
- Included in your cruise fare is a per head fee which goes to the government. The money collected is used by the Authority for the management and protection of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.