Private charter bookings for incentive and conference groups
Group bookings | Private Tours | Weddings | Transfers
Whitsunday’s award winning eco-touring company, Air Whitsunday offers a range of group touring options for your next event. Let us tailor make an itinerary to suit your specific needs and budget. Catering for both private celebrations and parties, as well as corporate incentives and events, our group specialists will suggest some ideas to ensure your next event is a success.
Touring Options range from half day island visits to full day reef adventure tours, including visits to the Whitsunday Islands National Park and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Please find below our suggested itineraries according to group size.
Suggested itinerary <22 participants
Depart and trek over the Whitsunday Islands and Coral Sea before cruising over the expansive Great Barrier Reef. Touch down at our private semi submersible for coral viewing and snorkelling activities. Return to your seaplanes and experience an inspiring seaplane take off before trekking back over the Coral Sea to return to base.
Suggested itinerary <40 participants
Depart and trek over the Whitsunday Islands and Coral Sea before orbiting over the Great Barrier Reef to take in its panoramic wonder. Return over the Coral Sea as you head to Whitehaven Beach where your seaplanes will land gracefully on the water and alight at a section of this world famous beach where very few people frequent. Optional activities: Beach Cricket, Beach Volleyball, Champagne picnics, Seafood buffets etc.
Suggested itinerary >40 participants
Depart and trek over the Whitsunday Islands and head for Hill Inlet to orbit atop these spectacular shifting sands. Touch down on the water and approach the beach to alight at a private location where staffs await with refreshing beverages and light snacks. Relax under private umbrellas or partake in the host of beach activities that have been arranged. *Additional Great Barrier Reef flights can be taken by participants during the course of their time on Whitehaven Beach.