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Underwater Observatory Whitsundays Australia

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The underwater observatory can be found at Hook Island. Hook is rugged and wild and less developed than many of the other Islands. There is a small resort on Hook, and also Camping facilities on the Island. Hook Peak stands 459 metres above sea level, but of more interest to many of the visitors, is the underwater observatory which is 6 metres below the sea.

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Freshwater Fishing in Mackay Queensland

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While in Mackay's Pioneer Valley, experience the fine art of freshwater fishing at the Eungella, Teemburra or Kinchant Dams. There is an abundant reserve of fishing just waiting for the keen angler to catch. Just remember, that due to recent laws on freshwater fishing a fishing permit is needed. These can be readily purchased at any fishing tackle/bait shop or from an

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Daytime Activities Whitsundays Australia

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From an action-packed day exploring the beauty of the Islands, to leisurely lying by the tropical pool, there is a huge array of interesting land sports and activities available to all Whitsunday Island guests, during the day. Families in particular are well catered for, as the majority of resort Islands also have children’s clubs or child minding services. On the

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Mackay Coal Mine Tours

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[caption id="" align="alignright" width="210" caption="Coal Mining Tours"][/caption] Located just 22 kilometres north of the well established Mackay town of Clermont, the first coal was discovered in Blair Athol, in 1864. Now, the western section of the Mackay region is known to lie over Australia's largest coal seam and mining from the shire annually contributes over

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Whitsundays

The Whitsunday Islands are an exquisitely arranged assortment of 74 major islands located just off the Airlie Beach coastline, in Queensland. Renown for their stunning natural beauty and close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands invite travelling families, groups of friends, individuals and couples to enjoy a piece of paradise.