Located between Hook and Hayman Islands lies beautiful Langford Island. This small island offers a big, flourishing, and exciting reef that shouldn’t be missed!
A coastal getaway destination that you'll most likely have all to yourself, Langford Island is part of the Whitsunday Island National Park, which blooms with marine diversity. Unlike surrounding islands, Langford's reef is comparatively small and private, boasting an abundance of fish and turtles. Additionally, look out for the mesmerizing underwater gardens that encircle the island, with the most popular snorkel spot located off the northern shoreline!
The main attraction is its long spit, which is only visible at low tide. Despite being inundated by the sea at high tide, it's the perfect place for a secluded picnic or a paddleboard around the island. Spanning hundreds of meters, enjoy a pleasant stroll or swim out to the fringing reef. However, be cautious as tides can change dramatically within a short period, potentially leaving you and your belongings submerged!
Langford Reef is undoubtedly one of the more sequestered spots in the Whitsunday Region, so you can rest assured that your visit will be peaceful and crowd-free. Enjoy the tranquillity this tiny island has to offer as you lay back on your secluded beach!