REVEALED: The dreamy (and VERY luxurious) Aussie weekend getaway every woman is dying to go on this year
- White on Whitehaven is a tempting new long weekend deal in Queensland
- For $2,499, guests are privately chartered to the Whitsundays for a long lunch
- You will enjoy a long lunch featuring fresh seafood, BBQ and Champagne
- Guests will also get to stay at a luxury hotel and enjoy swims and beach walks
With international borders still closed in Australia due to the coronavirus pandemic, holidaymakers are having to look towards home this year to get their tropical fix.
Look no further than White on Whitehaven, a tempting new long weekend deal that offers guests the opportunity to be privately chartered from Sydney to the Whitsundays for a luxurious weekend stay this May.
For $2,499, you and your friends will be flown to The Whitsundays and enjoy a three night package in Airlie Beach.
You will then be swiftly whisked away to Whitehaven Beach for a delicious long lunch on the beach with seafood, cocktails upon arrival and French champagne, a swim and then taken back to your accommodation.
White on Whitehaven is a tempting new long weekend deal that offers guests the opportunity to be privately chartered from Sydney to the Whitsundays for a luxurious weekend stay (Whitehaven Beach pictured)
For $2,499, you and your friends will be flown to the luxurious Water’s Edge Resort at Airlie Beach, before you later enjoy a long lunch
You will also be transported back to the airport on the Monday, with a mid-morning Private Charter Flight to Sydney.
Frequently voted the best beach in the world, guests will get to enjoy a long lunch by renowned restaurant Fish D’vine while they overlook the turquoise blue waters of the coral sea and Whitsunday Islands.
You can expect the ‘freshest seafood, tender meats and refreshing salads’, all washed down with bottomless Australian wines, premium beer and Laurenti Champagne at the long lunch on the Sunday.
There will also be sharing dessert platters at the event.
You can expect the ‘freshest seafood, tender meats and refreshing salads’, all washed down with bottomless Australian wines, premium beer and Laurenti Champagne (pictured)
What will the weekend of festivities look like?
Friday 28 May: Depart Sydney by Private Charter Flight at 9am with a transfer to the hotel. Spend the day at leisure, and then attend a welcome two hour VIP cocktail event poolside at Water’s Edge Pool with canapes and drinks in the evening.
Saturday 29 May: Breakfast at Fish D’vine for the early risers followed by a delectable lunch on the private jetty at The Rocks, Coral Sea Resort. Later, enjoy a relaxed afternoon by the sea.
Sunday 30 May: Spend the morning at your own leisure, and then attend the featured White on Whitehaven Long Lunch featuring local seafood, cocktails, French champagne and transfers from Airlie Beach.
Monday 31 May: Morning transfer to the airport with a mid-morning Private Charter Flight to Sydney.
Source: White on Whitehaven
You and your friends or family will be able to enjoy swimming and snorkelling in some of the world’s most pristine waters (pictured)
Elsewhere during the lavish weekend, you and your friends or family will be able to enjoy swims and leisure time at Water’s Edge Resort in Airlie Beach, swimming and snorkelling on the Whitsundays and a private charter to and from Whitehaven Beach.
The weekend will take place between Friday 28 May and Monday 31 May 2021, and costs $2,499 per person in total.
If you live close to Whitehaven Beach, you can also book tickets to the long lunch only, for between $349 and $399 per person.
Over the years, Whitehaven Beach has frequently been named the best beach in the world, from everyone from Tripadvisor guests to Instagram users (pictured)
Over the years, Whitehaven Beach has frequently been named the best beach in the world, from everyone from Tripadvisor guests to Instagram users.
The largest island in Queensland’s Whitsundays, Whitehaven is a popular tourist destination in Queensland that offers pristine white silica sand and azure blue waters, as well as access to the iconic Great Barrier Reef.
According to tourism company Awesome Whitsundays, the sand at Whitehaven is made from quartz as well as silica, which explains its pure, soft quality.
Because of the silica, the sand doesn’t retain heat, so it’s a fantastic place to walk barefoot, even on a hot day.
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