A Guide to Lindeman Island

Lindeman Island is a premier holiday destination located in tropical Queensland. It is part of the Whitsunday Islands group, and as with the other Whitsundays it offers a combination of an almost perfect climate, palm fringed beaches, clear blue water and spectacular scenery.
It is also home to Australia’s first ever Club Med resort – another good reason for choosing Lindeman Island for your well-earned getaway. The resort provides a high standard of accommodation, a wide range activities, good dining options and the nightly entertainment is a big hit with guests. The Club Med resort is particularly popular with families as not only does it have plenty of activities for children, there are several Kids Clubs catering to different age groups which allow the children to have lots of fun while parents get a welcome break to enjoy themselves.
If you ever tire of relaxing by the pool or sunning yourself on the beach, there are plenty of activities you can try, including kayaking, golf, tennis, archery, soccer, volleyball, table tennis and much more. It is possible to arrange scuba diving and sailing trips, and for the adventurous there is even a Trapeze School. So whether you are looking for a quiet break or an exciting holiday full of fun activities, Lindeman Island will not disappoint.
The majority of Lindeman Island is classified as a National Park and there are around 20 kilometres of walking trails, which allow you to see some of the sights that many visitors miss. With everything from short, easy strolls to longer and more physically demanding treks, whichever you choose you will be rewarded with some spectacular views and scenery. Be sure to take a camera!
Lastly, another good reason to pick Lindeman Island for your holiday is the great value packages offered by Club Med, which include meals, drinks (including alcohol), entertainment and the vast majority of the resort’s activities. Find out for yourself why Lindeman Island has become one of the most popular of all the Whitsunday Islands!

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