A new restaurant is opening in Airlie Beach and promises a dining experience unlike any other. The new Ernest Hemingway inspired restaurant, aptly named Hemingway’s, will offer guests a fine dining experience that the owners say can’t be found elsewhere in Airlie Beach.
The Whitsunday Islands are a traveller’s paradise. With so much to see and do, it’s a perfect escape for someone who wants to relax, explore and do it all. If you’re planning a visit to the beautiful islands, here’s a list of things you should do to make sure you make the most of your Whitsundays escape.
An underwater art museum could mean big changes for the reef. Underwater artist Jason deCaires Taylor is said to be visiting the reef July 2017 to scope out the waters off of Townsville to assess the area for a potential new canvas and underwater project. Townsville, Magnetic Island, Palm Island and The Stand, all potential sites, are located about 3 hours away from Airlie Beach (275km).
Anzac Day takes place on April 25 and is recognised all over Australia. It is a day of remembrance, where Australians get to honour and remember those who have fought for their country in World War I and World War II, as well as those who lost their lives in the military and peacekeeping operations that Australia has been involved in.
Sailing-Whitsundays always aims to get you the best and lowest price possible for your upcoming holiday to Australia and the Whitsundays. If another agency has a lower price advertised, we are happy to price match and even beat that price so you can get the best bang for your buck on your dream holiday. All we ask is that you provide a valid quote from a licensed travel agent, complete with fees, taxes and surcharges, and send it along to us.
The world knows who and what Airlie Beach is after the devastation of Cyclone Debbie subsided. Unfortunately for Airlie Beach, the small tourist town on the east coast of Australia, it was made known world-wide after dealing with and surviving the eye of a category 4 cyclone that passed through the area on 28 March 2017.