Wednesday, November 28, 2012

whitehaven beach:

Are you ready for an aqua-colour overload? 

Wanting to make the most of our time in the Whitsundays, Andy and I chartered a helicopter to Whitehaven, one of Australia's most famous stretches of beach. 
Located on Whitsunday Island, Whitehaven is famous for its postcard-perfect white silica sand and Hill Inlet (those swirling blues and aquas). You can't beat seeing Whitehaven and the surrounding islands in all their glory from the air (you may know I'm a big fan of a birds-eye view), and you know, it's not everyday you get to fly in a helicopter!

As for the experience, I'll let the photos do the talking... crazy amazing.

Our trip up to Hamilton Island was a gentle reminder of how beautiful Australia really is (I know I really take it for granted, looking at overseas destinations for holidays) and that there is so much to explore and discover right here. We're already planning our next trip up to the Whitsundays, which will hopefully involve some sailing! Can't wait.

Thank you Hamilton Island and qualia for the most amazing weekend!

hill inlet

approaching whitsunday island

looking north, whitehaven beach

i was loving these patterns created by some little crabs

looking south

our helicopter - i want one!


  1. Oh my lord. I sometimes forget that you can find such amazingness in our own country. Those aerial photos...they are something else! I think I need to book myself some flights!

  2. Wow, so beautiful! Hill Inlet can't be real!

  3. OMG. I was there 13 years ago, but I almost forgot how beautiful it was. Thanks for sharing. You made my day!

  4. unbelievable!!

    it is funny how we get accustomed to our surroundings. i know i would FREAK RIGHT OUT to be in australia, but i understand how you could get "meh" if you were around it every day...

  5. I've never seen this part of Australia before. Truly a piece of paradise!

  6. You think you've seen all the beautiful images of australia there are and then...gorgeous pictures.

  7. I was just at Whitehaven Beach too but I think you did a better job of capturing its beauty in photos. Oh well. At least I enjoyed rubbing myself down with that gorgeous sand and came back feeling silky smooth!


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