Hook Island / Australia
Hook Island belongs to the archipelago of the Whitsunday Islands, located off the coast of the east Australian state of Queensland. 17 of the 74 islands of the archipelago are inhabited, most of the islands are part of the Whitsunday Islands National Park. So also Hook Island, whose beautiful hiking trails will lead you to the most fantastic places and best lookouts of the island.
Explore Hook Island on an extended walk and thus discover the many magical bays and beaches.By all means take a trip to Butterfly Bay, which was named so one hand due to its characteristic form, as well as because of the many butterflies that abound on the banks of the picturesque bay. An absolute must is also a visit to the Naval Observatory of Hook Island. Meanwhile your way takes you nine meters below the sea surface, where marine biologists will explain to you in detail the fascinating colorful world, which opens up to you from there. Snorkelers and divers can discover the impressive abundance of species on their own. A particularly beautiful diving area is the Crayfish Beach on the north coast.