Bag storage and maintaining your property is an important part of enjoying your Whitsundays holiday; no one wants to go on a tour worrying about whether or not their things are safe! Naturally is it preferred that your things can be stored in a safe and secure environment to ensure none of your valuable are damaged or stolen. Airlie Beach Bag Storage provides this safety giving you peace of mind while you enjoy your tour of the Whitsundays, meaning you will feel more relaxed and enjoy yourself more!
Sitting on a bus or any other vehicle for an extended amount of time is not ideal. But sometimes, it is inevitable when we are travelling and making our way from place to place. To some, extended travel may mean 2 hours, for others, it may be 15 hours - it's all relevant in terms of personal preference. One thing in common we all have in common, however, is that is we all like to be comfortable during our travels, no matter how long or short, so we feel refreshed and in a good mood when we arrive at our destination.
The Whitsundays will be getting a new foreshore in the upcoming months. Construction is to begin in mid 2018 where the aim is to improve and upgrade the foreshore between the Sailing Club and the Lagoon along the main street of Airlie Beach. The foreshore is well known for beach-goers, sunbathers and swimmers who hang out at the main beach in Airlie Beach and enjoy the waves and sand. It has BBQ areas, a playground and plenty of space for hanging out and relaxing.
For a limited time we are offering free return airport shuttles to the Whitsunday Coast Airport for every overnight tour purchase with Sailing-Whitsundays! This will help you enjoy a worry-free trip to the Whitsundays, with everything taken care of door-to-door! This will allow you to arrive in the Whitsundays where a ride will be waiting for you so you can make your way to your accommodation with ease. From here you will join your overnight tour to explore the Whitsunday Islands, getting to snorkel, swim, scuba dive or visit Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet Lookout!
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the Seven Wonders of the natural world - it's larger than the Great Wall of China and it's the only living thing visible from space! While in the Whitsundays there are 3 ways in which you can see the Great Barrier Reef for yourself...
Hamilton Island is a resort island located in the Whitsundays. Known for its beauty, it is a top destination in Australia with people coming from all over the world to sail, stay, snorkel and relax. Hamilton Island has its own airport, marina and many shops and hotels, making it an ideal holiday destination. There are several tours throughout the Whitsundays that depart from Hamilton Island to explore all the beauty on offer.
Hiring a privately chartered boat is a great way to see the Whitsundays if you are travelling in a large group or want privacy with your family and friends. By hiring a privately chartered boat, you will have the luxury of choosing your fellow passengers and enjoying the company of your loved ones, family, friends or colleagues as you take in the beauty of the Whitsunday Islands. During your private charter, you will get to visit all the highlights of the Whitsunday Islands, spending the nights drifting off to the soft rocking of the ocean and waking up to the beautiful Whitsunday sun!
The Whitsundays have long since been a holiday destination for Chinese New Year celebrations. This year the big day falls on Friday, 16 February, where upon Airlie Beach will be filled with people coming out to celebrate the new year in all shapes and forms.
Easter weekend is one the busiest and funnest weekends in the Whitsundays! Easter means itâ€™s a long weekend in Queensland, bringing people in from all over Australia and the world to celebrate the holiday. The mood is light, the town is fun and the people are always ready for a good time!
Airlie Beach is a sought after destination for cruise ships from all over the world. With amazing sights such as Whitehaven Beach, Hill Inlet Lookout and the fringing reefs of the Whitsunday Islands, people flock from all over to visit Airlie Beach.