A small town in Queensland and gateway to Whitsunday Island on the Great Barrier Reef, Airlie Beach which despite of its relatively small size always humming to the party tune. This fantastic man made lagoon is around two hundred meters long and fifty meter wide, landscaped with a bridge and grass to lie on surrounding. It is open to swim in at all times the lagoon makes relaxing in Airlie pure delight and also due to this it is always been watched by the life guards.
You will always find a fascinating market along the waterfront, with a variety of locally produced foods and souvenirs on every Saturday. Enjoy yourself as the day rumbles with the vibrant beer garden before going into the gluts of bars, clubs, pubs and café’. It entertains almost every kind of tourist and backpackers tripping into town as it offers many varied restaurants, both budget and more expensive, and a range of takeaway places with specials catering for them, before they get on the mandatory Whitsunday Cruise.