Langford Island Walking Track Now Completed 3:32pm, Thu 22 Feb 2018
Set up under a joint $7 million Tourism Recovery Fund between the Queensland and Australian Governments to help the Whitsundays recover from Tropical Cyclone Debbie, a new short walking track at Langford Island is now complete.
It is now one of the many walking tracks available to explore and discover hidden corners and gems of the Whitsunday Coast and Islands, adding to the many attractions for tourists and locals to enjoy.
Beginning on the southern side of the island, the walk is approximately 300m along a well groomed stepped track suitable for most fitness levels and will later be enhanced with interpretive signage in the coming months.
Once at the top of the lookout, views of the sandspit of Langford Island can be seen looking across the Hook Island and Stonehaven Bay offering sensational opportunities for 'that' social media post to brag about it to friends and family back home.
Two more short walks, one on Haslewood Island and the other on Border Island are due for completion mid-2018 and an expansion to the already infamous Hill Inlet Lookout will be ready for visitors to enjoy by the end of the year.
With amazing beaches, lookouts, and snorkelling to do in the Whitsundays, bushwalks add more options to do on your bareboat holiday, allowing you to really immerse yourself in true Whitsunday style.
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