The Whitsunday Peak track is one of the Whitsundays' most challenging. Reaching an elevation of 437 metres, this steep track offers spectacular views over the Whitsunday islands and surrounding mainland. Access this track from the Sawmill Beach day-use area.
After an initial climb beside the creek bed, stone steps lead through dry vine forest before reaching lush green 'cloud forest' toward the peak's summit.... more
Despite its short length, this track is deceptive. Allow at least four hours to complete the return journey.... less
Walking in cooler months is recommended, however this track is open all year round.
How To Get There
The Whitsunday islands are readily accessible by boat from Airlie Beach or Shute Harbour, east of Proserpine in central Queensland. By road the area is about 12 hours north of Brisbane and 8 hours south of Cairns. Follow signs on the Bruce Highway to Airlie Beach. Most roads in the region are suitable for conventional vehicles.
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