Tropical North Queensland is home to two of Australia’s magnificent, iconic natural wonders; a place where stunning coral reefs and marine wildlife vie for attention with lush, tropical rainforests.
Those captivated by life under the surface are drawn to the Great Barrier Reef’s seemingly infinite species of brilliantly coloured fish, intricate coral formations and varied marine life including whales, dolphins and turtles. The rainforest of most renown is The Daintree, the earth’s oldest living rainforest and immensely rich in plant, bird and animal life; but for a place so alive, it’s also incredibly tranquil.
For those seeking seclusion and exclusivity the pristine islands of the Whitsundays are the place to stay for a few days of rest and relaxation, or activity, the choice is yours. That’s the beauty of these island resorts, each has its own speciality; so whether you want to swim, snorkel, dive, sail, play tennis or simply lie on pristine beaches, you’ll find your paradise here.
Combine your trip with a stop in Dubai en route to Australia for a luxurious twin-destination holiday of a lifetime. The tropical northern half of Australia is best visited in its dry season of May to October. Temperatures don’t fall throughout the year, so whenever you visit it will be hot, however rainfall is at its most during the months of December to March.