The white islands are by far the most popular of islands along the East Coast of Australia . It is made up of 74 island located within the great barrier reef Marine Park. It is home to the iconic Whitehaven beach, where it is so pure you can brush your teeth in it.
Rottnest Island is rich with history. It was once used as a military base during the war. The Quokka is a unique Australian animal that can only be found on this island. There is great swimming, a fantastic reef and plentiful beaches. THe best way to explore the island is by bike, it also includes ferry transfers, perth city transfers, bike, and snorkel hire.
Fitzroy island is just a short ferry ride from Cairns. It is off the beaten track and a little less crowded than neighbouring Green island. There is a trampoline in the ocean, a nudist beach, beach front bars, Kayaks, snorkels, and paddle boards for hire. Also there is some fantastic rainforest walk and the great barrier reef.
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. The beaches surrounding islands are not great for swimming due to rough waters. The lakes within the island are what make this unique. Eucalyptus Forest, dingos, lookouts, lookouts, and beautiful swimming lakes. The best way to travel is by a Tag along 4WD tour.
Phillip Island is located around 1,5 hours south of Melbourne and home to the famous Penguin parade. Phillip island is a favourite summer getaway for melburnians and a popular surf spot. Day tours depart from Base st Kilda and Melbourne CBD.
Kangaroo Island is like nowhere else on the planet. The Aussie wildlife there is everywhere: Kangaroos, seal colonies, Koalas, and wombats. Sand dunes of little Sahara, rocky cliff formations, caves, and Flinders Chase National Park.