Tourists see sharks feed on baby whale carcass

Video Published: 17 Aug 2013

Sharks feed off a baby whale carcass in the Whitsundays. Video footage courtesy Ocean Rafting.

Baby Whale, Queensland, Shark, Tourism, Whitsundays

The Whitsundays - Every Shade of Perfect

Video Published: 20 Jun 2014

This video of the Whitsundays was shot only on an iPhone. The footage has not been enhanced in any way.

Iphone, Marketing, Smartphone, Tourism, Whitsundays

Diving into Reefworld

Story Published: 24 May 2012

GEORGE dropped in unexpectedly for dinner the other night.

Airlie Beach, Great Barrier Reef, Reefworld, Travel, Travelling, Whitsundays

Tough market sinks iconic cruiser

Story Published: 13 Jun 2012

ONE of the region's biggest international visitor drawcards, Fanatsea Cruises, has set sail from the tough tourism climate...

Fantasea, Fantasea Adventure Cruising, Ferry Service, Tourism, Whitsundays

Ticket refunds go out for cancelled festival

Story Published: 11 Oct 2013

ALL tickets to the cancelled Whitsunday Calling music festival will be refunded by today, Whitsunday Tickets director...

Festival, Music, Refunds, Tickets, Whitsundays

Boatie named a hero after saving man burnt by explosion

Story Published: 9 Apr 2015

THE quick actions of a boat operator to rescue an injured man after an explosion on his boat have been praised by emergency...

Boat, Editors Picks, Fire, Police, Whitsundays

Dazzling view to dine out on

Story Published: 24 May 2012

AS the plane dropped out of the clouds and the beautiful Whitsunday Islands were revealed below I gazed in wonder and...

Airlie Beach, Fantasea, Travel, Travelling, Whitsundays

Resort in ruin

Story Published: 22 Feb 2012

STAFF at Laguna Whitsundays resort received letters stating that their positions had been terminated and the resort's doors...

Closure, Jan Jarratt, Laguna Whitsundays, Lodge, Mackay Tourism, Resort, Whitsundays

Airlie Beach boss faces $90,000 fine for rorting staff

Story Published: 21 May 2015

A KOONGAL man who runs an Airlie Beach security firm is facing $90,000 in fines for underpaying four of the company’s...

Airlie Beach, Business, Editors Picks, Whitsundays

Woman stung by Irukandji jellyfish in Whitsundays

Story Published: 10 Apr 2015

IT is believed that 55-year-old woman who was swimming at Bauer Bay at South Molle Island in the Whitsundays was stung by...

Editors Picks, Jellyfish, Mackay, Qas, Sting, Whitsundays

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