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The weather on Hamilton Island
The above is a climate diagram for Hamilton Island. On average, the warmest month is January. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 18° low.
Experience a tropical idyll with a Hamilton Island holiday cottage
Fringed by coral and lapped by turquoise water, Hamilton Island holiday cottages couldn't be much more idyllic. Australia's tropical rainforests and sparkling beaches are waiting for you – enjoy this playground of endless outdoor activities when you opt for a holiday letting here.
Aboriginal maritime history
Why not hang about at the yacht club and admire its glittering array of luxury cruisers? Hamilton Island's Yacht Club offers sublime views over Dent Passage and a touch of glamour to your getaway.
The maritime history of Hamilton Island stretches back to Captain Cook's 1770 visit, and even further to its inhabitation by the Ngaro Aboriginal tribe. There are hundreds of archaeological sites on the island that provide evidence of early inhabitation, stretching back nearly 8,000 years.
Catseye and koalas
Take a sea kayak out into the warm ocean and explore the verdant coastline near your holiday letting. Alternatively, relax on the white sand of Catseye Beach, and sail and windsurf on its azure bay. Grab your snorkel and flippers and explore the underwater world of the island, with bright fish and sea turtles as your swimming companions.
Cuddle a koala at the WILD LIFE Hamilton Island’s Koala Café, where you can learn about these rare yet archetypal Australian animals. Conservationists offer fascinating talks and demonstrations, and you can also enjoy refreshments.
Swim by the Great Barrier Reef
When you stay on Hamilton Island, the Great Barrier Reef and its immense diversity of wildlife beckon. Meet a minke whale and swim by the only living thing on Earth that's visible from space!
Only a third of the island is inhabited, while the rest remains pristine. Why not hike through its lush forests? Look for wildlife, and discover secluded coves that are perfect for a tranquil picnic. Resort Lookout Trail offers panoramic views, while Passage Peak looks out over the Whitsunday Islands.
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