Shute Harbour ferry port in Australia connects you with Hamilton Island Marina in Whitsunday Islands with a choice of up to 14 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Shute Harbour to Hamilton Island Marina crossing is from 35 minutes and the crossing is operated by Cruise Whitsundays.
Shute Harbour is the sheltered port for small boats, laying on the north east coast of Australia. The port is generally used as a boarding point for tourists wishing to travel to the Whitsunday Islands, with 35 minute crossings to Hamilton Island Marina.
Situated around 10 kilometres east of Airlie Beach, Shute Harbour is simply a resting spot before travelling on to more tourist focussed regions of Australia’s east coast. If you have a vessel to reside in, the harbour can be a pleasant place to while away a few hours; enigmatic sea life graces the water under the glorious sunshine that glistens the shoreline. To really appreciate the beautiful view afforded from Shute Harbour, embark on the short climb to the apex of the harbour and look out across the horizon.
Many who stay at the harbour will have their own facilities, but there are also shower and toilets for public use. A small shop is also open for much of the day, ideal for any last minute purchases, or to stock up on your fishing equipment before indulging in a spot of fishing in the public areas.