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Laguna Whitsundays Resort, Proserpine

Set amongst 8000 acres of sub tropical bushland, Laguna Whitsundays Resort is located on the Whitsunday coast, offering access to the breathtaking beauty of Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef and other Whitsunday holiday experiences such as sailing, Whitehaven Beach, 74 islands and Conway National Park.

The resort offers Villa style accommodation surrounding the award winning Turtle Point championship golf course. The Whitsunday’s only championship standard 18-hole golf course and recently voted ‘Best Golf Course in Australia’.

Other resort facilities include a private beach club, with non tidal lagoon and non motorized water sports, health retreat, fishing, tennis and an Equestrian Centre where guests can participate in guided trial rides, guided nature walks and much more.

Accommodation Options

  • One Bedroom Villa
  • Two Bedroom Villa

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Golfing
  • Sailing
  • Swimming
  • Beach

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