The Whitsundays region, the islands of the Great Barrier Reef and Mackay is just north of Central Queensland coast and in the hub of the beautiful Great Barrier Reef.
Mackay is a lush, tropical region boasting brilliant natural attractions not exclusive to the Great Barrier Reef. National Parks, Gorges and Pristine Beaches feature as some of Makcays natural attractions, as well as the hinterland, home to many heritage and cultural activities. These are merely the start of the long list of reasons why tourists want to go to Makcay and it's surrounding areas.
When one says Makcay, the Whitsundays soon follow. The Whitsundays are easily the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. The Whitsundays proudly claims to be the home of the famous romance of heart reef as well as Whitehaven beach with it's crystal clear water and soft white sand. The pristine beaches in the Whitsundays are some of the most beautiful in the world, making the Whitsundays a clear choice for tourists. Much like Makcay, the Whitsundays emphasises it's natural attractions. While not only getting intouch with nature and and relaxing to your hearts content, tourists can also partake in a wide range of beach activities including quad biking in the rainforest, yachting and beach fishing.
Directly inbetween Brisbane and Cairns, the Makcay and Whitsundays region is lush, diverse and a popular tourist destination, for obvious reasons and paradise for the many locals and businesses situated there.