An eastcoast backpacking mecca, Airlie Beach is a sunny and bustling resort and the starting point for sailing tours of the beautiful Whitsunday Islands. There's not a lot to do in Airlie Beach itself other than swim, sunbathe and party.
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Service not very friendly...but still the location is very good und you get breakfast, only for the early birds (8-9)...first come, first serve! BUT NO FREE INTERNET, so better go in Magnums... Also more cheap ... more
The hostel was alright,better than Magnums down the road. The only thing I missed was the service. The people that are behind the counter here are just not nice at all. ... more
The private double in Magnums Airlie Beach was an accommodation in hell for us. If you would like a nice comfort room with peace and quiet, then I wouldn’t recommend it. This isn’t a backpacker or hostel place in my understanding. The room is very small. You got a double bed and a bedside cupboard all fitted in about 3X3 (meters) space. ... more
Sydney to Airlie Beach
Hello Everyone, I am leaving for Oz on 24th April. I was supposed to be meeting my friend at Sydney Airport but she is now going to be at Airlie Beach. Does anyone know the best way for me to get there from Sydney? I'm going to be on my own so don't want to stop anywhere for too long. I'd be grateful ...
Sailing trips from Airlie Beach
Hi A friend and I will be in Airlie beach roughly around 8th January next year. We want to do a sailing trip and I'm looking for some recommendations please. Were both in our mid 20's and looking for R&R but adventure aswell with a fun crew and for about two nights our budget will be between $200 ...
Working in Whitsundays/Airlie Beach/Proserpine
Hey guys, Im heading over to Arilie Beach for a couple of months in December and was wondering how easy it was to get jobs in backpackers or on boats etc. Has anyone else done this before? Cheers, Dave ...
The Whitsunday Islands
On the way to Airlie Beach Whitehaven Beach David helping with the sails Enjoying the trip! Sunset amongst the Whitsundays After a draining train journey we arrived in Airlie Beach at 4am! We dozed on the benches by the bay while we waited for Airlie Beach to wake up and for the hostel ...
Posted in Around the world in 300 days by nicdavid
Today we did a drive to Dingo Beach and Hideaway Bay. They are very small coastal settlements approx. 70 km’s north of Airlie Beach. Despite being small and slightly remote location with only one ...
Posted in North Queensland 2013 by bubblelipsmith