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very special part of Australia is the Whitsunday islands which consist of lush, tropical islands, clear, warm-water, coral reefs and white sandy beaches. This is an unspoilt paradise and one of the world's best-kept secretsOne of the unique exotic and spectacularly beautiful resorts is the Whitsundays. This is an unforgettable place noted for its safety, cleanliness and its stress-free environment. Whitsundays has to be one of natures best. You can stay at an island resort, rest on the mainland or simply cruise around all seventy-four islands.Seven of the islands have resorts and each of the resorts offers activities such as sailing, fishing, diving - which are all relaxing.The island resorts offer more luxury than the mainland resorts, which rate a little lower on the motel guide. The mainland resorts are ten - fifteen minutes away from Shute Harbour, the gateway to the Whitsunday islands.A typical resort at the Whitsundays is Hayman Island. Hayman Island is 400 hectares in area, and its tallest peaks stand 250 metres (820 feet) above sea level. Hayman was acknowledged as one of the best hotels in the world, having won over 40 prestigious awards since its opening in 1987.Hayman island was voted second best hotel in the world and the best hotel in the pacific region by 'Travel and Leisure' the largest travel magazine in the US in 1997.A wide choice of luxurious accommodations is available with all rooms, suites and penthouses having private balconies overlooking beautiful swimming pools.At Hayman Island all types of water sports such as snorkelling, scuba diving and yachting are available. Other available activities such as game fishing, reef trips and boating excursions can be arranged.There are many of recreational activities such as:BadmintonBeach volleyballCatamaran sailingGolf Target RangeGreat Barrier Reef Trips and DivingPaddle skisParasailingPutting GreenSquashSwimmingTable TennisWater SkiingWater SleighWind SurfingWh...

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