South Molle Island Attractions

South Molle Island National Park offers hours of bushwalking during your Whitsunday holiday. After a few days of snorkelling around South Molle Island and exploring the Great Barrier Reef, it offers a nice change to explore the many varieties of flora and fauna found on the Whitsunday Islands.

The natural world living on the land provides a strong contrast to the world below the sea, surrounding the Whitsunday Islands. This attracts visitors from all over the world keen to tick Whitsunday snorkelling off their holiday 'To Do' list. The many kilometres of reef surrounding the South Molle Islands offers its visitors some of the best diving locations in the world.

Many people are attracted to the Whitsundays for the fishing, which is another popular pastime in the area. Keen fisherman book months in advance to be part of special game fishing voyages and try their luck at hooking the catch of the day. Islands such as South Molle hire fishing equipment, providing for a range of levels, so even novices can try their luck and take part in the thrill of the chase.

South Molle Island beach is a great spot to finish the day, relaxing and watching the spectacular sunsets paint the sky above. Alternatively, you can organise a trip on one of the spectacular Whitsunday sunset cruises and experience the stillness of the night, away from the islands and mainland. South Molle provides cruises in and around the other islands and offers extended trips to the outer reefs to broaden your Whitsunday holiday experience.