Here comes winter.

Are you already counting the days until summer hits again?

Now might be just the time to take a warm and relaxing break and where better to escape to this winter than the warm and inviting Magnetic Island in Queensland – where the sun is always shining and the beaches are always inviting.


Winter warmth

With comfortable days of 25 degrees and low rainfall, June is the perfect time to head to Magnetic Island.

For those wanting to avoid the July school holidays, there is no better month to pack up the suitcase.


Things to do

June offers great weather for swimming. Two of the most favoured beaches on Magnetic Island are Alma Bay and Geoffrey Bay. Alma Bay is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying a good book, while Geoffrey Bay offers great snorkeling opportunities.

If you’re looking for some adventure, maybe a hike up to the Forts Walk is more your pace. This scenic walk takes you to the historic World War II fortifications on the island and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

After a day of exploring, why not head to one of the island’s many restaurants for some delicious food and drinks? Try a local specialty like the barramundi or coconut curry, and wash it down with a refreshing cocktail or glass of wine.

Also be sure to check out the Magnetic Island events page here for more ideas.

Magnetic Island in June
Be sure to relax…

For a more low-key evening, not much will beat watching the sunset from one of the island’s many lookouts. There’s nothing quite like watching the sky turn pink and orange over the ocean with a loved one by your side, or, on your own.

Finally, don’t forget to indulge in some much-needed relaxation. Slow down and enjoy the experience.

Whether it’s lounging by the pool or ocean, getting a massage at a local spa, or simply enjoying some quiet time in a hammock, Magnetic Island offers plenty of opportunities to unwind and recharge.

Start packing!


So what are you waiting for? There is plenty to do on Magnetic Island in June!

Escape the winter blues and head to Magnetic Island for a warm and rejuvenating getaway.

Author: WMAadmin