Whitsunday Island - Lower Cairn
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Whitsunday Island - Lower Cairn

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This spot is just before you get to the top of The Cairn. One of the highest points on Whitsunday Island. It has amazing views over the Whitsunday Islands. This walk is part of the Ngaro sea trail which spans over many Islands. Its found it to be comfortable walk up but check with maps to check difficulty before attempting.

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