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Overview Shute Harbour is a small coastal community and harbour belonging to the Whitsunday Region of Queensland, Australia. This coastal town covers an area of 1.1 square kilometres and is a part of the Whitsunday Region local government area. According to census data, it is home to 9,832 residents. It is shares borders with the suburb of Mount Rooper and is bordered by the Coral Sea in the east, west, and south.
Living in Shute Harbour The coastal town of Shute Harbour is the main port facility for all cruises headed to the Whitsunday Islands. It is located 11 km from Airlie Beach and is a well-known resort destination in the region. There is a small residential community in this town, and the homes have the most stunning views. There are also hotels and small holiday homes in this town. Aside from exploring Whitsundays, there are many things to see in Shute Harbour, such as going on cruises to Whitehaven Beach and heading to Lions Lookout.
History of Shute Harbour The nearby Shute Island inspires the coastal town of Shute Harbour. It was Captain John Fiot Lee Pearse Maclear who named the island in 1881. The development of the area began in 1960, and the town was initially called Shutehaven. It was officially recognised as a larger town that is part of Whitsunday in January 1987.
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