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Wilson Island, Beach intro. Few of the world's remote tropical islands are as affordable, accessible and ecologically-unspoilt as Wilson Island, Australia - a tiny getaway 72kms east of Queensland's coast. Conde Nast Traveller recently ranked Wilson Island Beach hotels among their top 10 highest rated island resorts, even though the maximum allowed stay here is only three days. Sparkling turquoise waters and pristine white sand surround this coral cay island which has long been an important bird and turtle breeding ground. In fact, the island is completely closed to visitors during its bird nesting season, which lasts from 26 January to 28 February. Although Wilson Island offers the same swimming, sunbathing and water sport opportunities as most other tropical islands, most of its visitors are even more attracted by the things the island does not have. There are no mobile phones, motorised watercraft, convenience shops, children under 12 or appliances which cannot be powered by batteries or solar power. However, the absence of all these things usually translates into the most relaxing holiday imaginable on an island with over 800 different coral species.
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