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Escape the chill: Salty Luxe travel blogger brags about Queensland’s Whitsunday Island’s warm winter

Which cold? Australian woman jealous of THOUSANDs after showing what winter is like at Australia’s top: ‘You are living the dream’

  • An Australian travel blogger has shared what winter is like in far north Queensland
  • Sarah, aka Salty Luxe, posted a clip from her recent vacation in the Whitsundays
  • The Whitsundays has dreamy beaches, blue skies and warm weather all year round
  • Viewers expressed their jealousy of the summer temperatures in the comments

Australians in the lower half of the country, where temperatures are plummeting, are expressing jealousy at the warm weather that people in the tropical far north of Queensland are showing off.

Australian travel blogger Sarah shared a video on Instagram about her time in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands, with blue skies, pristine white sand, clear water beaches and summer temperatures all year round.

‘Winter in Australia is like…’, Sarah, passing by Salty Luxury online, wrote in the clip’s caption.

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Australian travel blogger Sarah shared a video on Instagram about her time in Queensland's Whitsunday Islands, which made Aussies in the chilly southern states express their envy.

Australian travel blogger Sarah shared a video on Instagram about her time in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands, which made Aussies in the chilly southern states express their envy.

The Whitsundays with blue skies, pristine white sand, clear water beaches and summer temperatures all year round

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The Whitsundays with blue skies, pristine white sand, clear water beaches and summer temperatures all year round

The Whitsundays are a short flight just over two hours north of Brisbane and even in the peak of winter temperatures don’t get low until the twenties.

‘We have just spent the most incredible week sailing around the Whitsundays with my family, swimming with turtles, basking in as much sunshine as possible and living in nature,’ wrote the beach lover.

Sarah’s video quickly garnered thousands of views and a string of comments from many Aussies yearning to escape the icy cold that plagues many towns and cities south of the tropics this winter.

‘So beautiful up there! The weather in Melbourne is definitely not the weather,” complained one viewer.

The Whitsundays are a short flight just under two hours north of Brisbane and even in the peak of winter, temperatures won't drop until the twenties

Sarah's video quickly garnered thousands of views and a string of comments from many Aussies yearning to escape the icy cold that plagues many towns and cities this winter.

The Whitsundays are a short flight just under two hours north of Brisbane and even in the peak of winter, temperatures won’t drop until the twenties

More Whitsundays residents and visitors have taken to social media to show off the spectacular weather and beaches of the 'paradise' islands

More Whitsundays residents and visitors have taken to social media to show off the spectacular weather and beaches of the ‘paradise’ islands

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“My kind of winters are the winters I spend sailing the Whitsundays in the never-ending heat of Northern QLD,” said one person.

‘Only in Queensland, freezing cold in Sydney,’ said a second, while another replied, ‘Sign me up for a visit… please!’.

‘I can’t see this. I have to pack right away!’ a fourth wrote.

More Whitsundays residents and visitors have taken to social media to show off the spectacular weather and beaches of the ‘paradise’ islands.

‘Did someone say…it’s winter??’, one poster wrote, and another said, ‘My kind of winters are the winters I spend sailing the Whitsundays in the never-ending heat of northern QLD.’

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