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We went to see some of beaches and bays that Bowen has to offer, some of which you can snorkel from right off the beach, but all are beautiful and have magnificent views.
The final week we spent at Airlie Beach, we stayed at BIG4 Airlie Cove Resort, a peaceful site where you can relax and enjoy the wildlife that live around the tropical environment of the park.
The weather forecast was looking good for our days sailing around the Whitsundays aboard the ‘Camira’, one of the world’s fastest catamarans, for a quick trip to Daydream Island.
Take a day trip to see crocodiles living wild along the Proserpine River with Whitsunday Crocodile Safari.