Proserpine Flights GuideProserpine, Queensland, is an inland city best known for its sugar production. The city itself is surrounded by fields of sugar and this has been its main source of income for many many years. In Proserpine, there are opportunities to visit the city's historical museum and learn more about its story as well as a crocodile safari in the wetlands, for those looking to live on the edge!
East of Proserpine are the Whitsunday islands, which have been a tourist hub for quite some time. Buses service the region and get travelers from Proserpine to Airlie Beach just east of the city, and from there ferries run to the islands. Proserpine also has a train station, allowing you to travel far and wide throughout Queensland.
Proserpine experiences a lot of rain, most of which occurs during the summer. Temperatures are relatively steady throughout the year, ranging from 18-30?. When planning your visit to Proserpine, it is best to avoid the wet summer months. The best weather and least rainfall happens during the late summer early fall period. This would be the best time to come visit, however if you are planning to take a trip to the Whitsundays, October would be the most ideal since the temperatures are highest with the least amount of rainfall potential.
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