Stay at The Whitsundays Pre or Post Commonwealth Games

Are you coming to Queensland for the Commonwealth Games during April in 2018? Come and experience the wonder of the Whitsunday Islands in North Queensland and stay at The Whitsundays pre or post Commonwealth Games. The amazing Whitsundays are made up of 74 magical island paradises right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef.

Over 6,600 athletes and team officials from 70 nations and territories will converge on the Gold Coast for an 12 day sporting and cultural event from 4 April 2018. Although the Commonwealth Games host city is the Gold Coast in South East Queensland, other cities that are hosting events include, Brisbane, Townsville and Cairns.

A great way to experience the Great Barrier Reef and maybe relax and unwind after the Commonwealth Games is by booking a stay at Palm Bay Resort. The beautiful boutique resort is nestled in the neck of Long Island, one of the iconic islands of the Whitsundays. With their very own secluded private cove, Palm Bay offers spacious Balinese inspired villas with extensive views to the Whitsunday passage and Coral Sea.

Offering complete tranquility and seclusion, Palm Bay has been designed to intricately blend into its natural surroundings and is simply a stones throw from some of Australia’s most iconic reefs and beaches. The spacious villas sit on the waters edge and provide five star comfort and extensive views to the Coral Sea and Whitsunday Passage.

There are a couple of options for getting to Palm Bay Resort. You can either fly into Hamilton Island from Brisbane and take a water taxi directly to the resort. Alternatively, you can drive to Airlie Beach, or fly to Proserpine, take a bus to Airlie Beach and jump on a water taxi with Island Transfers at Shute Harbour.

Book your pre or post Commonwealth Games Accommodation in the Whitsunday Islands at perfect Palm Bay Resort today. BOOK NOW

* All Commonwealth Games facts and figures were taken from the official Commonwealth Games website GC2018

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