Explore - Hamilton Island

Multiple Locations

The largest inhabited island in the Whitsunday Islands, Hamilton Island has it all. Perfectly positioned among some of the world's most beautiful natural scenery including the Whitehaven Beach and Great Barrier Reef; the largest coral reef in the world.

They offer a variety of unique experiences via boutique sized tours to a range of amazing locations with the Whitsundays on their motorised and non-motorise (sailing) catamarans, including; snorkelling, diving, exploring nature walks, sightseeing, dining and sailing.

Activities

  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our tours

This full day cruise incorporates two separate destinations; Whitehaven Beach for relaxing and Chalkies Beach for snorkelling.

Includes morning tea afternoon tea and lunch on board whilst anchored at one of the destinations. There is also a fully stocked bar on board to enjoy a glass of wine over lunch or a cleansing ale whilst sailing home.

Includes high quality snorkelling gear; wetsuits/stinger suits and flotation jackets (if required).

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$175 $175
On The Edge, Sunset Sail

A relaxing sunset sail aboard On the Edge. Unwind with a glass of bubbles or wine and some light nibbles as you enjoy the spectacular sunset over the Whitsunday Islands.

Includes approximately one and a half hours sailing off Hamilton Island, informative commentary on the Whitsunday Islands and selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and nibbles.

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$75 $75
Snorkel or Dive the Great Barrier Reef

Experience a full-day Great Barrier Reef snorkelling or diving adventure taking you to selected moorings around Bait Reef – the closest of the outer reef locations. Accessed by their premium catamaran, guests enter the water directly off the vessel’s in-water platform. The reef is just a short swim away...

A sumptuous buffet style lunch is provided on the vessel, plus morning and afternoon tea.

Includes high quality Mares diving and snorkelling gear; wetsuits/stinger suits, flotation jackets (if required) and their friendly staff to assist where/when needed.

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$230 $360
Half Day Snorkel or Dive Whitsunday Islands

This half day cruise visits secluded locations within the northern section of the Whitsunday Islands which have the best fringing reef areas especially for snorkelling and diving.

Morning or afternoon tea is provided pending time of cruise.

Includes high quality Mares Diving and Snorkelling gear; wetsuits/stinger suits and flotation jackets (if required).

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$130 $230
Half Day Hill Inlet, Whitehaven Beach

An intimate, half-day cruise visiting the remote Hill Inlet; see the white silica sand and turquoise shades blend seamlessly together to create breathtaking views. Kick a ball on the beach, take a guided bushwalk or simply bask in the beauty of Hill Inlet, at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach...

Accessed by high-speed catamaran, with numbers kept to a minimum to ensure comfort for all and maintain the tranquil feel of this experience.

Includes morning or afternoon tea.

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$130 $130

A half-day, exhilarating sailing experience aboard On the Edge – their custom designed sailing catamaran. Visiting world famous Whitehaven Beach. Enjoy the crystal clear aqua waters and pristine silica sand...

Lunch is served on-board; a selection of cold meats, sliced salads with wraps and rolls and cordial for the kids is available. An afternoon tea fruit platter is served on the sail home. Fully stocked bar available to purchase a beverages.

Your adventure includes beach equipment such as cricket and football for you to use at your leisure on the beach.

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$130 $130

For a dining experience like no other, step aboard M.V. Hamilton Star and indulge all of your senses. Relax with a cocktail and appetisers, watch the shoreline slip by and marvel at a Whitsundays sunset during a leisurely cruise to a secluded bay. While at anchor, you'll be treated to the culinary creations from Hamilton Star's gourmet galley - a sumptuous three-course dinner prepared fresh on board. Top off your evening by experiencing the starlit magic of the Whitsundays from any of their outdoor areas aboard the M.V Hamilton Star...

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$150 $150

Take an afternoon to unwind in the magnificent Whitsundays. Join them for afternoon tea while you cruise through the gorgeous Whitsunday Islands.

Lunch menus available on-board.

Fully licensed bar on-board for alcoholic and non-alcoholic purchases, including cocktail menu.

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$50 $50

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