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Lindeman Island, QLD

Lindeman Island is promoted as the warmest island in the Whitsundays, and although no-one is claiming much change in the temperature the international atmosphere certainly rubs off. Situated in 690 hectares of National Park, Lindeman offers sophisticated living and entertainment for adults.

Covered by nearly 20 kilometres of bushwalking tracks, beautifully maintained, take you to the most scenic parts of the island. Stroll through Butterfly Valley or climb Mount Oldfield which is 212 metres above sea level and offers 360 degree views of Pentecost, Hamilton and Whitsunday Islands.

The Island has seven glorious beaches with Gap Beach a fantastic location for snorkelling and oystering.

Humpback whales can often be seen from the shore, a sight not to be forgotten. Dolphins are also frequent visitors. On Lindeman, golden orchids grow on the mangroves at the end of the beach and over 90 species of birds dart through the trees.

There are a number of tiny islands dotted around Lindeman all a short dinghy ride away and perfect for a day of personal paradise.

Lindeman also has its own airstrip.

Lindeman Island combines natural beauty with sophistication and style for a truly memorable holiday experience.

Nearest Airport: Hamilton Island


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