Australia and Oceania

Dent Island, Australia

Dent Island is located on Coral Sea in the Whitsunday Islands archipelago. The island is one of the several islands that make up Whitsunday Group. The island lies just in the immediate west of the relatively well known Hamilton Island.

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Hamilton Island, Australia

Hamilton Island is one of the most popular Islands in the Whitsunday largely because of being largest inhabitable island. Located in Queensland, Australia, the island was formed just like most of Whitsunday group of islands due to the rising of sea levels that created many drowned mountains which are situated very close to Australia’s east coast.

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Lindeman Island, Australia

Lindeman Island is one of the islands that make up Lindeman Group of islands in the Whitsundays, off Queensland coast in Australia. This island was technically given the name by the well known Captain Bedwell after George Sidney Lindeman, the latter’s sub- lieutenant while they were aboard HMS Virago, a Royal Navy vessel.

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Long Island, Australia

Long Island in Queensland, Australia is one of the Whitsunday groups of islands. The island measures about 7 km in length with the widest part being just 400 meters. Ideally, Long Island boasts of being the island that is situated closest to mainland of Australia.

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Daydream Island, Australia

Daydream Island is among the seven islands of Molle Group, which is a sub group of Whitsunday islands located in Queensland, Australia. Ideally, this island is quite small and measures just 400 m at the widest point and has a length of 1 km.

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South Molle Island, Australia

South Molle Island is one of the islands in the Whitsundays, Australia. This island is largely a resort located at the section of Whitsunday in Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. South Molle Island is well known due to the fact that it is hilly compared to other islands and has many inlets and bays that are easily accessible by the 16km walking tracks.

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Hook Island, Australia

Hook Island is located in the archipelago of Whitsunday Islands and is actually the second largest one. Some of maps drawn previously showing Whitsunday Islands were incorrect and depicted this island as something it really isn’t.

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