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Why We Love The Whitsundays

Whitsunday Island, the largest island in the Whitsunday group of islands located off the coast of Central Queensland, has a rich history. On the 3rd of June 1770, Captain James Cook sailed the Endeavour through what is now known as the Whitsunday Passage. The crew happened to travel through this body of water on ‘Whit Sunday,’ marking the Sunday of the feast for the Christian festival Pentecost. 

At that time, the international date line had not yet been established, so the day that the Whitsundays was discovered was actually a Monday. Although the Whitsunday Islands should technically be dubbed the ‘Whitmondays’, the reality is that this region was populated long before the time that Captain Cook had claimed to discover the island paradise. 

The Traditional Custodians of the Whitsundays are the Ngaro Aboriginal people, and their presence on the islands and on the nearby mainland have been traced back for over 9000 years. In fact, they are one of the earliest recorded indigenous groups in Australia, observed by Captain James Cook during his voyage through the Whitsunday Passage. 

A popular tourist destination

By the 1930’s, the Whitsundays slowly changed from a pastoral location to a recreational destination, when farmers started to build galvanised huts with palm thatched roofs and wash basins. They would charge customers one pound per day, which included scones and fresh tropical fruit from South Molle Island. These customers soon became the very first day trippers from the mainland.

Regardless of whether you identify as a native, a southerner looking to escape the cold, or an overseas arrival on the hunt for the most memorable locations in Australia, The Whitsundays has become almost mythical for those seeking our nation’s best stretches of sand. 


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