Hayman Island Articles
Hayman Island is about 400 square hectares located smack bang in Australia's Great Barrier Reef and is part of the Cumberland group of islands in the Whitsundays.
Thirty-three kilometres from the mainland, Hayman Island is made up of a relaxing resort, Hayman.
Hayman Island natural attractions
The resort comprises beautiful views of the Coral Sea and other islands including Hook Island, and lush greenery complete with great walking tracks.
Hayman Island is renowned for the Hayman lagoon - a tranquil body of sapphire coloured water. There's also the Whitsunday Passage with similarly stunning colours.
To see popular attractions, Heart Reef, Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach you can take a helicopter flight or a relaxing cruise.
Hayman Island outdoor activities
Be stunned by the marine life surrounding Hayman Island and go snorkelling off the Hayman Island beaches in Blue Pearl Bay.
Other activities you'll want to do while your on Hayman Island include bushwalking through the lush greenery and also touring the rainbow of fish and coral in the Great Barrier Reef.
Hayman Island climate
You have chosen a great place to visit if you holiday in Hayman Island for its pleasant climate. Hayman Island has a tropical climate but is blessed with less rainfall than other areas close by.
During March to October, the island encounters a soft breeze. Summer is warm and January is the warmest month of the year. Casual, light attire is best to wear during the day, and pack a sweater if you're going during the cooler months.
Forget about your day-to-day life and amble through the tropical gardens or cool yourself down on the shore when you're in Hayman Island.