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Daydream Island

Daydream Island may be small (only 1km long and .5km wide) but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in quality. Daydream Island is located in the centre of the Whitsunday group of islands and is close to the Queensland coast being just off Proserpine.

So if you would like to visit Queensland and want to experience the very best island paradise available you won’t get better than Daydream Island.
Daydream Island has three beaches, one of which has outcrops of beautiful live coral close by with colourful fish and coral which makes it the perfect snorkelling playground.

Daydream Island also has its very own outdoor cinema showing all the latest movies, and a 19 hole themed mini golf course.
They have Bars, restaurants, Swimming Pools, their own bakery and even a wedding chapel, and the list of activities seems to go on forever.
Not to worry though, none of the activities are mandatory so if you have a more relaxed theme in mind, such as afternoon siestas by the pool, then go for it!
Kids are sure to have a great time too with the range of things for them to do at the ‘Skippers Kids Club’ you may have trouble getting them to do things with you.

Off Island adventures are catered for as well with a multitude of guided tours throughout the surrounding reefs and deeper waters, and for diving, weather permitting, they run PADI dive courses as well.


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