Lindeman Island - Eat

Lindeman Island
Club Med resort island in the Whitsundays.
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands of which only 7 have resort facilities. Beyond the resorts the whole area is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the uninhabited islands are all controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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Lindeman Island - Activities

Lindeman Island
Club Med resort island in the Whitsundays.
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands of which only 7 have resort facilities. Beyond the resorts the whole area is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the uninhabited islands are all controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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Lindeman Island - Sleep

Lindeman Island
Club Med resort island in the Whitsundays.
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands of which only 7 have resort facilities. Beyond the resorts the whole area is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the uninhabited islands are all controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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South Molle Island - Fast Facts

South Molle Island
Accessible island in the Whitsunday Group
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands. The island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and is controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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South Molle Island - Culture and History

South Molle Island
Accessible island in the Whitsunday Group
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands. The island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and is controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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South Molle Island - Sleep

South Molle Island
Accessible island in the Whitsunday Group
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands. The island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and is controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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South Molle Island - Eat

South Molle Island
Accessible island in the Whitsunday Group
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands. The island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and is controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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South Molle Island - Activities

South Molle Island
Accessible island in the Whitsunday Group
Geologically the Whitsunday Islands are all drowned mountains. Prior to the last Ice Age they were connected to the mainland and would have all been prominent mountains in the area. The melting of the polar caps drowned the valleys between the mountains creating a network of 74 islands. The island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and is controlled by National Parks and Wildlife.

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