Daydream Island comprises three beaches, composed mainly of broken fragments of smoothed coral, giving the effect of a pebble beach; some small patches of fine, light coral sand. A northern water-sports beach and the smaller western Sunlovers Beach are both flanked by black volcanic rocks. Snorkelling and scuba diving over the coral reef off the beach.
A few shopping outlets exist at the S end of the resort offer souvenirs, general holiday requisites, child-care items, photographic supplies/developing, swimwear, hair and beauty services etc.
Activities on the island consist of: tennis, volleyball, crazy golf, gymnasium, windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling, fish feeding, table tennis, boules, paddle boats and organised entertainments are all included. Motorised water sports incurring a charge are jet-skis, parasailing, water-skiing, (inner) tube rides behind a speedboat, glass-bottomed boats and scuba diving. By night there is a full entertainments programme with live shows, bands etc. Australia's only outdoor cinema with a liquor licence shows recent releases.
Local excursions include trips to Whitehaven Beach, Airlie Beach, cruises to the Great Barrier Reef for scuba diving or snorkelling, cruise of Whitsunday Islands, game and deep-sea fishing, scenic helicopter flights.
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