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What are the top tips for travelling with children to Proserpine?
Visit Coral Beach
Coral Beach, located inside Conway National Park, is one of many beautiful coastal spots to see in between return flights to Proserpine. Fragments of coral from the Great Barrier Reef wash up onshore during high tide. This has led to a unique look that visitors can appreciate while visiting the Whitsundays on flights to Proserpine. Spend some time lounging on the beach, taking in the beautiful scenery, and going for a swim in the clear blue water. Take a quick walk over to the Beak Lookout for a view over the islands before heading back to the car.
Cruise around the Whitsundays
Visiting the Whitsunday islands is a must-do for families who book cheap flights to Proserpine. There are a variety of options to choose from – take a quick sail out of Airlie Beach, enjoy a full-day snorkelling tour, or even live aboard a boat in the Whitsundays for a few days. Whichever option you go for, be prepared for stunning views! Hamilton Island, Whitehaven Beach, and Hardy Reef are some of the top places to see while cruising around the Whitsundays.
Take a dip at Airlie Beach Lagoon
The months between October and May are stinger season in the Whitsundays. You’ll need to take precautions in the water if you book flights to Proserpine during this time. It’s important to wear a stinger suit while swimming or snorkelling in the ocean, but another option is to visit the jellyfish-free Airlie Beach Lagoon. The large pool is designed like a tropical oasis, and it’s the perfect place to escape the daytime heat in between return flights to Proserpine. Airlie Beach Lagoon is located on the waterfront in the centre of town and is free to visit.
What are the best places to stay around Proserpine?
Airlie Beach is the most popular place to stay on the Whitsunday mainland. It’s home to a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene, and it’s where most tours of the Whitsunday islands depart from. The town is ideally located near the islands, the beach, and the rainforest – the three main things to do while holidaying on flights to Proserpine. There are many things to do in Airlie Beach, including the Airlie Beach Lagoon, Bicentennial Walkway, and Boathaven Beach. Look into accommodation in Airlie Beach after booking airfare to Proserpine if you’re looking to be at the centre of the action with endless opportunities of things to do.
The small town of Proserpine is a quick ride away from Proserpine Whitsunday Coast Airport (PPP). It’s located inland, so it offers a different perspective on the Whitsundays than coastal towns. Central Proserpine is a charming mix of Art Deco and country-style architecture where you’ll find a nice selection of boutiques and restaurants. The town itself is quiet, but it’s a quick drive to the coast and the popular Conway National Park. Consider booking accommodation here while holidaying on cheap flights to Proserpine if you’re looking for a quiet countryside escape.
Bowen is a nice place to stay a bit further up the coast. It’s about 50 minutes from Proserpine Whitsunday Coast Airport (PPP), and it offers a quiet beachside escape. Bowen is the oldest town in North Queensland, and it’s particularly known for its fresh mangoes. There are some gorgeous secluded beaches around Bowen where you can go snorkelling or surfing, including Horseshoe Bay, Rose Bay, and Queen’s Beach. Browse Bowen hotels after booking tickets to Proserpine for a quiet coastal vibe where you’ll enjoy long stretches of beach to yourself.
What should I pack for Proserpine?
The Whitsundays are warm year round. Bring along lightweight clothing no matter when you book tickets to Proserpine. Pack shorts, t-shirts, casual dresses, sandals, and a couple swimsuits to wear while exploring the Whitsunday Coast. Winter days have pleasant weather, but temperatures can drop to around 12°C at night. Make sure you pack a jacket and a pair of jeans for the evenings if you book airfare to Proserpine between June and August. Chances are you won’t need a jacket if you plan cheap flights to Proserpine for the summer months. However, summer is the rainiest season in the Whitsundays, so an umbrella would come in handy.
Many of the top landmarks and attractions along the Whitsunday Coast are located outdoors. Since you’ll spend a lot of time exposed to the sun, a strong sunscreen is a must. Opt for a waterproof and reef-safe sunscreen if you’ll be heading out on the Reef while holidaying on return flights to Proserpine. Hiking shoes are good to bring for outdoor adventures. There are plenty of national parks and hiking trails to explore while visiting the Whitsundays on flights to Proserpine.