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How To Reach Whitsunday Islands
The land of tranquil beaches and water adventures, Whitsunday Islands in Australia is a place to be in when you want to relax and unwind amidst nature. This paradise on earth can be reached through every possible way. You can take a connecting flight from India to Australia, and then book a domestic flight to Whitsunday Islands. Travel through water and roads is also possible, but it takes longer. So travelling via flights is the best way to reach Whitsunday Islands. When you reach the airport(s) at Whitsundays, you have to travel through ferries or yacht to reach different attractions of Whitsunday Islands. When you reach Whitsundays, you can walk around to soak the vibe; but you must hire a yacht or ferry to travel from one island to another.
Reach Queensland's central coast - Whitsunday Islands fastest by air. There's no direct flight from India to Whitsunday Islands and even to Australia. So you have to book a connecting flight from India to major Australian cities like Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane or Cairns. Then, take a direct domestic flight to any of the two Whitsunday Islands airports - namely, Great Barrier Reef Airport or Whitsunday Coast Airport. It takes half an hour from Cairns, 1.5 hours from Brisbane, 2 hours from Sydney and 3 hours from Adelaide to reach Whitsunday.
Once you reach any airport of Whitsunday Islands, you can then take a ferry or yacht to reach your desired destination. Many operators offer hourly commute from Hamilton Island to other destinations. It takes 20 mins to an hour to reach various destinations of Whitsunday Islands through waterways. You can also hire a yacht or ferry all by yourself and sail around anywhere in Whitsundays.
Reaching Queensland's central coast is possible via roadways too. You have to take the Bruce Highway that connects major Queensland's cities and towns. You can hire a car or book a seat in the very famous Greyhound buses of Australia. When travelling by car, all you have to do is follow the signs to Whitsunday and Airlie Beach after reaching Proserpine from the Bruce Highway. You'll also find taxis and cabs to take you around when you reach your destination.