Become part of #HamiltonIsland
GETTING HERE AND AROUND
Easy to get to and explore, impossible to leave
With its own airport and marina, Hamilton Island is easily accessible by commercial or private plane, yacht, or a ferry from the mainland.
Closer than you think
35 weekly flights from all major captial cities, flying with Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar.
The only island in the Whitsundays with its own commercial airport, Hamilton Island services over 40 daily direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Cairns with Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar.
For the ultimate in luxury and convenience, private planes and helicopters can also land at the Hamilton Island Airport. Regional charter flights can be organised from Mackay, Proserpine and Airlie Beach.
Regular passenger ferry services operate between the Hamilton Island Marina and Airlie Beach, in Queensland. The 60-minute trip departs from two mainland locations, and more than a dozen services operate every day.
Cruise Whitsundays offers an island resort transfer service that connects Hamilton Island and Airlie Beach. View the Cruise Whitsundays’ ferry timetable, call (07) 4846 7000 or email Cruise Whitsundays.
The 1,100km drive north from Brisbane to Airlie Beach and Shute Harbour, where the ferries depart, takes around 12 hours non-stop. Long-term parking is available at the Shute Harbour and Port of Airlie terminals.
Yachties sailing to Hamilton Island will find a welcoming berth at the Hamilton Island Marina, which provides extensive boatyard services including quality provisioning, fuel supply, full chandlery and more.
Once on the island, you have countless ways to explore the island:
Walking is one of the best ways to explore the island and take in the magnificent scenery. There are plenty of walking tracks around the island you can take advantage of.
Every Hamilton Island Holiday Home [excluding Whitsunday Apartments] comes with a 4-seater golf buggy for your exclusive use. There are also plenty of spots around the island where you can re-charge.
A complimentary bus service operates every day, from 7.00am until 11.00pm (subject to change) along three selected routes. Simply hop on and off to explore the island’s key attractions.