5 TOP MAIN­LAND LOOKOUTS & VIEWS

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Abell Point

THE hill sep­a­rat­ing Cannonvale from Air­lie Beach was an over­whelm­ing favourite sight-see­ing lo­ca­tion for our read­ers.

De­scribed by Gus Sacco on our Face­book page as “the mo­ment I fell in love” the beau­ti­ful view of Abell Point Ma­rina catches the un­di­vided at­ten­tion of tourists and res­i­dents alike.

Honeyeater look­out

The 2.5km up-hill climb is worth the pain.

The peak of the Honeyeater look­out of­fers an op­por­tu­nity to gaze upon one of the most breath­tak­ing scenic views in the Whit­sun­days.

The view from the top mostly over­looks the Cannonvale side of town.

Air­lie Court Hol­i­day Units is the rec­om­mended start­ing point for this hike to fully ex­plore the nat­u­ral hin­ter­land.

Lions look­out

Ob­serv­ing the view from the Shute Har­bour look­out will re­veal a clear pic­ture of Whit­sun­day is­lands.

Hamil­ton is­land is prom­i­nent among the vis­i­ble is­lands, mak­ing up a great col­lec­tion of rea­sons why we should be proud to call the Whit­sun­days home.

Man­dalay Beach

A beau­ti­ful small beach can be found at the end of Man­dalay dis­play­ing a su­perb view of Air­lie Beach.

Man­dalay Road can be found on the left be­fore the hill lead­ing up to Shute Har­bour.

Hy­de­away Bay look­out

50km away from Air­lie Beach, Hy­de­away Bay is one of our hid­den gems which should be on any keen tourist’s must see list.

The iso­lated area is the per­fect place for peace and quiet and if you are lucky you may even spot a whale.

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