Coast and Countryside


Tour past the sugar fields of the Whitsunday's to visit the natural amphitheatre of Cedar Creek Falls. Just 19km from Proserpine this waterfall is spectacular in the wet season and offers an almost all year-round natural swimming pool at the base of the falls. Be sure to bring your swimmers and towel if you want to jump in for a quick cool dip! Travel back through the countryside to the coast of Airlie Beach via the Lemon Myrtle Farm and on to Shute Harbour. Here you'll uncover a panoramic view of the Whitsunday Islands. Take time at Mt. Whitsunday for a lookout over Airlie Beach, The Conway Range and islands. Journey back to Airlie Beach for free time, a stroll or maybe browse the souvenir stores and markets. You are welcome to finish the tour in Airlie beach and make your own way back to the pier at your leisure or stay on board for the return journey to the pier.
  • Tour Code

    WSY160

  • Location

    Airlie Beach

  • Activity Types

  • Duration

    0 minutes

  • Fitness Level

    Moderate

  • Price

    Adult from $59.99
    Children (12 & under) from $59.99


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