Highlights of the latest Whitsunday Islands day tour include, the Hill Inlet Lookout, Whitehaven Beach (South), Hayman or Hook Island for Snorkelling.
Pickups and Courtesy Bus Transfers commence between 7:50am and 8:30am your local accommodation, and take you to Abell Point Marina to meet the Whitsunday Bullet crew for a 9am departure. Don't forget to grab that early morning coffee before pickup!
Tongue Bay, the Hill Inlet Lookout & Whitehaven Beach
Leaving the marina, you will cross Pioneer Bay, the Whitsunday Passage and Hook Pass before arriving at Tongue Bay for a walk to the famous Hill Inlet Lookout. After time spent taking in the unforgettable views, you will jump back on board Whitsunday Bullet for a short trip to Whitehaven Beach southern end for a swim or simple relax on the 98% pure white silica sand, with crystal clear water and tropical sun. Be sure to bring your camera for some amazing photos!
Hook Island, Hayman Island and Snorkelling
After Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Bullet will travel to the north end of Hook Island or Hayman Island, the best location decided on the day, you will be amazed at the tropical gardens waiting for you under the water.
Crew will provide transfers to the nearest beach, where you can snorkel at your leisure or simply top up the tan. For guests snorkelling, the small tender will be available to assist guests and ensure everyone is safe and having a great time.
Mid afternoon Whitsunday Bullet will leave the islands for the voyage back to Abell Point Marina, Airlie Beach. The sun should be starting to lower on the western horizon so time for some great photos. Arriving back to Abell Point Marina around 5:00pm and transfers back to local accommodation.
Please note: this itinerary will vary based on the tide and prevailing weather conditions. Whitsunday Bullet plan the daily itinerary around the high tides at Tongue Bay for ease of access for guests to the Hill Inlet Lookout walk. Some days the itinerary is reversed, starting in the morning at the north end of the Whitsundays and then heading to Whitehaven Beach in the afternoon. If the weather changes and strong winds come in the Captain may change the itinerary for the safety and well being of guests, crew and the vessel.
- Courtesy transfers from your local accommodation
- Morning/Afternoon Tea
- Bottle of water
- Snorkelling equipment and instruction
- Wet suit hire
- Guided Island Walk
- Marine Park Fees
What to bring
- Swimwear and towel
- Protective clothing, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen lotion
- Light jacket/sweater during cooler months
- Money/credit card for on board purchases
- Your camera and a sense of fun!