A heart-shaped island in Coral Sea: Heart Reef, Hardy Reef, Great Barrier Reef off Whitsunday Islands, Cumberland Islands, Queensland, Australia
Heart Reef is located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Whitsunday Island Group in Queensland, Australia. A coral formation with an ideal natural shape of a heart, and part of the protected world heritage site of the Great Barrier Reef.
Map of Heart Reef
Galesnjak, also called Lovers’ Island is located in the Adriatic Sea, near the town of Zadar, Croatia, Europe. It has an ideal natural shape of a heart. Private, uninhabited, with few ancient remains on it and encompassed by beaches.
Map of Galesnjak Island
Tavarua is located in the South Pacific Ocean, near the principal Viti Levu island of Fiji, Melanesia, Oceania. Another one to have an ideal natural shape of a heart. A private resort, and a renowned surfers’ spot with world class waves and beaches.
Map of Tavarua Island
Netrani, also called Pigeon Island is located in the Arabian Sea, near the town of Murudeshwara in Karnataka, India, Asia. This one too has an ideal natural shape of a heart. A religious place requiring a special permit to visit, and one of the best sites for professional diving and snorkelling.
Map of Netrani Island
Mogaedo (Hateoseum), also called Hart Island is located in the East China Sea off Talch’on-Do shores, near the town of Yeosu in South Korea, Asia. The next one to have an ideal natural shape of a heart. Uninhabited with a large beach along its eastern coast, and part of the protected area of Suncheon Bay Ecological Park.
Map of Mogaedo Island
is located on the Noosa River, Queensland, Australia where it flows into the Pacific Ocean. Formerly a private seat for the billionaire Richard Branson and co., it now offers a heart-shaped hideaway with luxury accomodation for rent, and nature-friendly experience nearby the beaches, lakes and other wonders of the Sunshine Coast.