Long Island Nature Walks

Boasting outstanding weather and tranquil surrounds, Long Island is a fantastic holiday destination in the heart of the Whitsundays. Set in a stunning natural environment abundant with tropical flora and fauna, Long Island is the perfect place to unwind in nature. Make the most of your holiday to Long Island and soak up the spectacular outdoor scenery on one of Long Island's many breathtaking nature walks. Leading to secluded beaches, hidden coves and dense bush land, Long Island's variety of nature walks are a fantastic holiday activity for all to enjoy.


With over 13 kilometers of graded walking tracks, Long Island provides guests with a great range of walks suitable for all fitness levels. Winding through a variety of landscapes from dramatic headlands, golden beaches and lush forests, Long Island's range of nature walks showcase all the island has to offer. With over 1000 hectares of tropical rainforest, Long Island is home to a collection of native Australian wildlife including wallabies, curlews, bush turkeys goannas and a variety of colourful birds. Additionally, visitors will also encounter a beautiful range of plant species including eucalyptus trees and towering hoop pines.

Bushwalking Safety

If you decide to venture out on a Long Island nature walk, it's important to follow a few safety instructions:

  • Always carry water, especially in the warmer months. The harsh Australian sun can be draining to those who aren't prepared
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Dress in loose, protective clothing to keep your body cool
  • Wear comfortable enclosed shoes
  • Take all rubbish and belongings with you