Wondering what there is to do in Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays? We put together a "7 days in Airlie Beach" itinerary to help you get the most of your time here. Airlie Beach has so many fun activities, you might just decide to stay here longer than you planned!
Thinking of traveling to the Whitsundays? Wondering what all the fuss is? Considering a sailing adventure but not quite sure if its right for you?
Are you plagued by questions about water activities in the Whitsundays? Concerned about sea sickness?
What is it that makes the Whitsundays so special?
Is it the beautiful blue water, always a pleasant temperature so we can swim when we please? Is it the incredible islands, dotted not far from the shore? Some home to sophisticated resorts while others, uninhabited, are filled with mystery.
What is the Eco Certification Program?
The ECO Certification logo is a globally recognized brand which assists travelers to choose and experience a genuine and authentic tour, attraction, cruise or accommodation that is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable. The ECO Certification program assures travelers that certified products are backed by a strong, well managed commitment to sustainable practices and provides high quality nature-based tourism experiences.
The 457 visa will be scrapped in Australia. On 18 April 2017 the Prime Minister of Australia announced that the 457 visa be no longer and will instead be replaced by the TSS visa, or Temporary Skill Shortage Visa, which will address genuine skill shortages.
Affectionately known as the “sweetheart of the Whitsundays” and "ProsVegas", Proserpine is a rural town 100km north of Mackay and only a short 20-minute drive from Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland, Australia.
One year later, the Whitsundays are better than ever. While some restaurants decided not to reopen and several boats are no longer running tours, the Whitsundays are definitely considered to be 100% operational.