Tour ID: 10055835
Just 45 minutes from Airlie Beach is a hidden gem called Cape Gloucester National Park.
Gloucester Island is a national park in the Whitsunday area Queensland, Australia 55 km north of Airlie Beach. It is visible from the town of Bowen. The island was seen and erroneously named "Cape Gloucester" by British explorer James Cook in 1770. The name "Cape Gloucester" has been used informally for areas on or near Gloucester Island.
Travel on a Saturday and Sunday 10am until 5pm
Travel to Hideaway bay and spend the day on one of Queensland"s best beaches.
Cape Gloucester Beach Resort has the Oar Bar for your refreshments and restaurant where you can enjoy your main course lunch overlooking the swimming pool with kilometers of unspoiled beach Just yards away.
Full use of facilities at the resort included.
Sunday's Live Music 1 - 4
Use of Kayak's are included
Return bus transfer, main course lunch
10am until 5pm
10:00 AM Sat, Sun
Pickup from main street of Airlie Beach at around 10.45am and return around 6pm.
Towel, sunscreen, swimmers, money or credit card, smile
Child ages are 3 to 14 years
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