Lindeman Island Articles
Lindeman Island, Australia, is located south of the group of Lindeman Islands, part of the Whitsunday Islands, off the coast of Queensland, Australia.
Forming part of the Great Barrier Reef, Lindeman Island revels in a tropical climate and seven beaches, with Gap Beach being a favourite to snorkel and swim or even taste a fresh oyster.
Lindeman Island outdoor activites
While you're there you can scuba dive and fishing trips are also available.
Back on land, Lindeman Island, which is part of the Whitsunday Islands National Park, has 20km of bushwalking tracks to explore.
Take in the natural world through Butterfly Valley, climb Mount Oldfield, 212 metres above sea level and enjoy a panoramic view overlooking the Whitsunday and Hamilton Islands.
Lindeman Island natural attractions
The natural world is a big part of Lindeman Island. With 90 bird species, it's perfect for a spot of bird watching.
Keep your eyes out for humpback whales, which are often seen from July to November, and dolphins all year 'round
You can also delight in the tropical flowers - especially Lindeman Island's Golden Orchids.
Getting to Lindeman Island
Hamilton Island and inland at Proserpine have flights to the island.
If you prefer to access Lindeman Island by water, you can catch a boat from Hamilton or buses travel from Prosperine to Shute Harbour where you can launch from.
Once at Lindeman Island, a dinghy can take you to soak up the natural beauty of surrounding islands.
With hotels, motels, apartments, backpackers, caravan and camping for accommodation, you can take all the time you need to relish in the paradise of Lindeman Island, Australia.