Escape winter and head to Great Keppel Island with this travel deal

May 17, 2019
This Great Keppel Island travel deal delivers access to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Source: Getty

If you’re looking to escape the chill this coming winter, there are few better, closer or more affordable options than a getaway to Great Keppel Island.

From white sandy beaches to stunning sunsets, Great Keppel Island, located off the central Queensland coast, is a destination you need to experience at least once in your lifetime and Travel at 60 has the perfect deal that delivers a relaxing, nature-filled and technology-free holiday. That’s right, enjoy a digital detox with no Wi-Fi in your room and no TV.

This fantastic offer, starting at $399 per person, gets your five nights of four-star accomodation at Great Keppel Island Hideaway, daily breakfast, a welcome drink on arrival and return boat transfers between Rosslyn Bay, Yeppoon and Great Keppel Island. Learn more here.

 

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The island has an amazing array of activities to keep you entertained including guided kayak tours, snorkelling and guided bush walks, a must-do for keen bird enthusiasts — Great Keppel Island is a bird watcher’s paradise, with over 90 species of birds identified. You might also be lucky enough to spot dolphins and humpback whales on your visit, so keep an eye out!

Click here to learn more about this deal, or give Travel at 60 (our full-service travel agency) a free call now on 1300 414 198.

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