Whitsunday Island - The Cairn
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Whitsunday Island - The Cairn

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The Cairn is one of the many walks on Whitsunday Island. Situated on the northern end of the Island, access is by boat. The walk itself is on a well built and well maintained track, by QLD Parks and Wildlife. The view from the top is amazing! Well worth the effort to get there.

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