Brampton Island sits at the southern entrance of the Whitsunday passage just off Mackay.
At a little over 7 square kilometres in size; Brampton Island is one of the few Islands off the Queensland Coast that boasts its own Coral reef, making it a real slice of paradise.
Except for the resort and several established National Park walking tracks, Brampton Island remains otherwise undisturbed.
Add to this the fact that day trippers are not permitted and it adds up to a wonderful relaxing atmosphere and the perfect destination for couples looking for a Queensland Island escape.
Brampton Island has twelve beaches, many of which are secluded and offer amazing views that make them perfect for a romantic picnic for two.
The surrounding waters are abundant in marine life, with snorkelling and diving activities available to see it all.
There are more than 50 species of birds that can be seen in various parts of the Island which can be appreciated from most of the walking tracks.