Magic of the Reef, courtesy of Tourism Queensland
Magic of the Reef, courtesy of Tourism Queensland
Airlie Beach Lagoon, courtesy of Tourism Queensland
(Airlie Beach Lagoon, courtesy of Tourism Queensland)

Airlie Beach

Airlie is a colourful, cosmopolitan and inviting holiday town lying on the shores of a palm fringed beach and overlooking the calm waters of Pioneer Bay dotted with yachts. Airlie is part of a picturesque peninsula that reaches out to the Whitsunday Passage and provides the ideal mainland base for holiday fun and adventure in the Whitsundays.

As you come into Airlie Beach through the neighbouring community of Cannonvale you climb above Abel Point Marina, providing expansive views of the indented coastline, the aquamarine sea and the shapes of distant islands on the horizon. You can't avoid the holiday feeling that scene evokes, nor the relaxed tropical ambience as you wander around the village streets and down to the vast lagoon.
Airlie provides many of the essential services for travellers in the region and the towns shopping areas are open seven days a week. Every Saturday the foreshore parkland turns into a bustling market with stalls selling fresh fruit and veggies, local arts and crafts and all manner of goods under the shade of coconut palms.
The mainlands dining and entertainment options centre around Airlie Beach, ranging from silver service resort dining to al fresco cafes and cheap eats, while Airlies clubs and bars provide plenty of entertainment well into the night.
Come and discover a whole new world of pleasure in the fantastic Whitsundays and have the experience of a lifetime!
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