South Molle Island
South Molle Island is a National Park Area covering some 405 hectares. A visit to this beautiful island should be not just to enjoy the resort facilities but to take advantage of some of the finest walking trails that the Whitsundays can offer, over sixteen kilometres of them in fact.
South Molle Island Resort
The South Molle Island Resort itself includes a nicely set swimming pool, spa area, bar, restaurant and a nine hole golf course. While the rooms are of an older style they are comfortable and well priced.
One of the Islands greatest assets is the white sandy beaches and pale blue waters. Not to mention the golf course, bush walks and relaxed atmosphere.
To get access to the Resort facilities, including the golf course, a $22.00 per night fee is payable at reception and there is usually no need to book. To radio ahead, you will be able to contact South Molle Island Resort on VHF channel 16/74.
The resort is located centrally in Bauer Bay. The northerly facing bay is not, however, one of the better anchorages in the Whitsundays as common southerly conditions funnel in around Spion Kop, Lamond Hill and The Horn. As the wind becomes easterly the waters become more rolly. It is a safe anchorage, however, and can be useful if bad weather catches you off guard.