5 GREAT LO­CAL MAIN­LAND BEACHES

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Boathaven Beach

This is a gem the Whit­sun­days is proud to claim as its own.

Sit­u­ated on the Bea­cons penin­sula, the beach is home to 60,000 cu­bic me­tres of beau­ti­ful sand.

Boathaven is a top pick for tourists and vis­i­tors alike.

Con­way Beach

Just a 30-minute drive from Air­lie Beach is a beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tion set on the south­ern Whit­sun­day Coast.

The beach makes up 2km of sand and pro­vides plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties for crab­bing.

Con­way beach is a favourite for fish­ing en­thu­si­asts and kite surfers.

Fish­ers can ex­pect to find bream, flat­head, whit­ing, grunter and sal­mon on a typ­i­cal ex­pe­di­tion.

Air­lie fore­shore

It is im­pos­si­ble to miss the fa­mous Air­lie Beach fore­shore.

Close to all of Air­lie Beach’s beau­ti­ful at­trac­tions, you will be hard-pressed to find a more idyl­lic and re­lax­ing spot in the Whit­sun­days.

Montes Beach

You will never be short of some­thing to to at Montes beach.

It is hailed as a very re­lax­ing beach with the most won­der­ful water views.

Montes Reef re­sort is well worth a visit, fa­mous for good food, cof­fee and ac­com­mo­da­tion.

The re­sort ar­ranges a wide range of ac­tiv­i­ties for guests look­ing for some­thing to do.

Dingo Beach

Well known as a sis­ter town of Hy­de­away Bay, Dingo beach is a su­perb start­ing point for boat en­thu­si­asts to ex­plore the north­ern side of the Whit­sun­day Coast.

One can ex­pect to find ex­cel­lent fish­ing op­por­tu­nites and beau­ti­ful snorkelling spots.

Dingo beach has a stinger net avail­able pro­vid­ing a safe swim­ming lo­ca­tion.

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