The Whitsundays Region

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18 – 20 Weetalaba Campdraft – via Collinsville

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23 -24 Mount Coolon Campdraft

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21 Airlie Beach Rodeo

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4 Bowen Races

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13 Bowen Cup Races

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May Events

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18 – 20 Weetalaba Campdraft – via Collinsville

June Events

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23 -24 Mount Coolon Campdraft

July Events

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21 Airlie Beach Rodeo

August Events

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4 Bowen Races

September Events

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October Events

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13 Bowen Cup Races

November Events

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Whitsundays Region NEWSLETTER

The Whitsundays Region

The 74 islands of The Whitsundays lay in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. With the calm protected waters of the Coral Sea, this region is considered a paradise for sailors and is home to first-class yacht races. Stay in five-star luxury on the mainland or islands, or sleep the night out on a pontoon in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef.