The top 4 locations to escape to during Australia’s winter
Are you looking to chase the sun this Australian winter? We have four incredible superyacht destinations that are worth visiting if you want to escape the winter chill. Dream-like beaches, crystal-clear seas, tropical scenery and endless sunshine, are the key ingredients of the ideal tropical getaway. Whether your ideal holiday is to explore every day or to relax on a beautiful beach reading a book, below are some destinations where you’ll be able to indulge in a little bit of both.
This stunning, unspoiled and authentic island is stretched across 8 kilometres on Australia’s prominent South Great Barrier Reef. With an astonishing 12 kilometres of the surrounding reef, it is one of the few islands in the area where you can dive, snorkel, swim and camp! The tropical paradise is abundant in marine and birdlife, flora, fauna and a population of green and loggerhead turtles. Acknowledged as an underwater oasis, this island is waiting to be discovered, so pop on your snorkel and dive in.
Cruise Lady Musgrave on RASCAL
The 74 Whitsunday Islands are located between the northeast coast of Queensland, Australia and the Great Barrier Reef. The majority of the islands are completely uninhabited and characterised by white sand beaches, dense rainforest, colourful reefs and hiking trails. A new beach or a new snorkel site is waiting to be discovered as you cruise or sail your way around the 74 islands.
Cruise the Whitsundays on IMPULSIVE
In the faraway north-west pocket of Australia, you will find one of the most pristine regions in the world. At ten times the size of Switzerland, the Kimberley region is brimming with Australia’s best outback landscapes and wildlife. The region is one of the most secluded and scarcely populated in the world and is reputed as one of Australia’s great natural wonders. Discover a never-ending haven of turquoise waters, white sands, waterfalls, and sandstone gorges that will take your breath away. Witness landscapes that have been carved over millions of years, immersed in the diverse wildlife and serenity of the region.
Cruise The Kimberley region on AKIKO
Lizard Island is Australia’s northernmost island offering seclusion and natural privacy that you will cherish forever. Stretching over 10 kilometres of national park and sheer magnificence, this island has so much to offer including complete freedom, breathtaking views and countless tropical delights. Renowned for its diving at the world-famous ‘Cod Hole’, you’ll get to experience countless species of tropical fish and come face to face with massive yet curious Potato Cod.
Cruise Lizard Island on BELUGA