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Having spent most of 2020 indoors, there’s never been a better time to explore all the stunning and unique landscapes we’ve got on offer in Australia.

Daydream Island (a small island within The Whitsundays with its own vibrant living reef) should be topping your list for domestic travel and adventure right now – I can guarantee you it’s a truly one-of-a-kind location.

Its Living Reef, (a stunning freeform lagoon) is home to more than 100 species of fish and 80 species of coral. The man-made Living Reef plays an important role in conservation, education and eco-conscious tourism in the area. It’s a safe way to snorkel and explore a real, living reef and learn about the delicate reef ecosystems from the marine biologists who run many of Daydream Islands activities.

If you’re in need of a mental reset, any one of these should do the trick.

Take A Yoga Class On The Reef

Yoga is one of the best things you can do to de-stress your mind. A yoga class in front of a stunning living reef? That will take you to a new level of calm. Daydream Island offers yoga classes with the reef as your backdrop, and sunrise stretch classes every morning.

Just being in nature is good for your mental health, so combining this with restorative yoga will leave you feeling energised and fresh.

Feed The Country’s Most Unique Fish

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