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If you’re still deciding where to spend your next Australian holiday, you can’t go past the spectacular Whitsunday Islands. Ok, so we may be a little biased but what’s not to love about this incredible tropical paradise that’s right in your own backyard.
Airlie Beach Race Week is scheduled for the 6th to the 14th of August 2020 and the Race Committee and Whitsunday Sailing Club staff have been working busily behind the scenes to make sure this year’s event goes ahead as planned.
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Medical Centres and Doctor Services currently open. Last update 20/04/2020.
Whitehaven Beach is arguably the biggest drawcard to the Whitsundays, and we've got everything you need to know before you go! We'll help you decide which end to visit, and how to make the most of your time on this world-famous icon.
Airlie Beach is a popular backpacker destination and many people travel here in campervans. Local laws around overnight campervan parking in Airlie Beach can be confusing, so we've made a list of places where you can park so you will have all of the information you need about where you can park legally in Airlie Beach.
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The Whitsunday Islands, or 'Whitsundays' for short, are known for many great things that draw thousands of people here each year. But what are the Whitsundays? And why are they so great?
The Whitsundays are a group of 74 islands that can be found off the eastern coast of Australia and are one of the top tourist destinations in the country. The main access point to the Whitsunday Islands is Airlie Beach, a small coastal town found in Queensland that is a popular holiday destination for international travellers and Australians alike. But what makes them so special and why do people keep coming back?
Australia is a backpacker's dream. With so many amazing places at your fingertips, it is the perfect place to throw on your pack and explore, and we've got the hottest recommendations for boats around the Whitsundays!
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living ecosystem in the world. It has been around for many millennia and is continually growing and changing. It is a network that spans across 2,600km and is made up of corals, seagrass, islands, and cays that make up the entirety of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. It is said that the reef dates back as much as twenty million years ago, with an ever-changing landscape and coastline. It has moved and morphed over the years and was first encountered by humans 40,000 years ago when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples settled in the area. The current reef is about 6,000 to 8,000 years old and was formed after the last ice age began to recede and water levels and temperatures rapidly changed.
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