New developments for Cruise Whitsundays guests ·

New developments for Cruise Whitsundays guests

The full suite of Cruise Whitsundays tours and transfers are now bookable for Daydream Island guests ahead of the island’s anticipated reopening scheduled for mid-April.

Whether it be exploring the pristine Whitehaven Beach, sailing on board one of the world’s fastest commercial catamarans or taking the plunge on the Great Barrier Reef, Daydream Island guests will be able to experience the best of the region with Cruise Whitsundays.

Transfers to and from Daydream Island are also now bookable for guests travelling to or from Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island, increasing the island’s accessibility.

Acting General Manager for Cruise Whitsundays, Temara Willis, said it would be exciting to see Daydream Island reopen.

“The Whitsundays are a beautiful part of the world and we’re pleased to be able to offer our immersive tours to guests of Daydream Island. By providing transfers as well, we’re opening up the destination and making it easier for guests to make the most of their time here,” Ms Willis said.

To book Cruise Whitsundays tours and transfers, email or phone +61 7 4846 7000. For more information, visit


From 1 April, Cruise Whitsundays will offer a year-round 15% backpacker discount on its Great Barrier Reef Adventures, Camira Sailing Adventure and Whitehaven Beach half-day cruise. The discount will be made available for adults with a valid student or backpacker travel card who are staying in local backpacker accommodation.


Cruise Whitsundays employee Crystal Lacey has been appointed as one of 13 official ambassadors of the Great Barrier Reef in a first-of-its-kind program for the region. The Guest Experiences Manager recently completed her training for the role of Master Reef Guide. The Master Reef Guide program – delivered by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Association of Marine Park Tourism Operators and Tourism and Events Queensland – aims to bring a deeper understanding of Reef management and protection to the thousands of visitors who visit the Great Barrier Reef each year.


Cruise Whitsundays is pleased to advise that it now has a specially designed wheelchair that assists travellers with restricted mobility to fully explore the silica white sands of Whitehaven Beach. It can be booked at no charge prior to travel – simply call the Cruise Whitsundays team for further information.

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