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Stories and Tips Whitsundays

Airlie Beach, Queensland

Written by Becky Jane on 16 Mar, 2004

My adventure to the Whitsundays was absolutely magnificent. We stayed right in the heart of Airlie Beach in a resort which over looked the ocean. Airlie is situated about 200km south of Townsville in Queensland, Australia. There is so much to do and it’s hard to…Read More

Whitsunday Coast airport - the nicest I have been in

Written by Orl on 22 Mar, 2004

The Whitsunday Coast Airport (or Proserpine Airport as it was still called when we were there) is the nicest airport I have been in. It had a lovely, relaxed atmosphere about it. It’s tiny and clean. The departure lounge is outside overlooking landscaped gardens…Read More

Airlie Beach -- a party town?

Written by Orl on 22 Mar, 2004

I don’t understand Airlie Beach’s reputation as a party town. You would have more fun on a rainy Tuesday in almost any Irish town. We tried most of the pubs and clubs over our few nights there and were not enamored. Considering it was peak…Read More

Wings of the Dawn

Written by Orl on 19 Mar, 2004

Most people list the Whitsunday islands as a highlight of Australia, so I expected them to be an anti-climax. I was also worried about getting cabin fever after 3 days and 2 nights on a boat. I need not have worried. Ralph, G and Marie…Read More

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Crazy Beasts on The Whitsundays

Written by yourhydra on 28 Jul, 2010

The Whitsundays are a group of islands situated off the Queensland coast – about halfway up the state. The first one we visited was South Molle (Captain Cook is responsible for most of the names). We were supposed to go to Hook Island but the…Read More

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