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Airlie Beach Tandem Skydive
"Skydive Airlie Beach is in the heart of Queensland's most popular tourism spot the Whitsunday Islands. Just minutes from the beautiful town of Airlie Beach you are provided free return transfers to your accommodation. Skydive Airlie Beach as you jump from the incredible altitude of up to 14000 feet directly over the crystal clear waters and sparkling white sands of the Whitsundays. Experience the ultimate thrill of freefall at over 220 km/hr for up to an insane 60-seconds before you begin your slow descent floating under the canopy Whitsunday Islands and lush forest and ocean! Whitsunday's only beach skydive. Who thought skydiving in Airlie Beach could be this incredible?Your skydive includes free return transfers from Airlie Beach professional training and instructions
From AUD299.00
 
Whitsundays Seaplane Tour Including Whitehaven Beach and Hardy Lagoon
"Choose from the following four options for your Whitsundays seaplane tour. All flights leave from the Whitsundays Airport.Panorama Tour:Take a half-day tour that provides the ultimate Whitsundays seaplane experience. Fly over He spend two hours at Hardy Lagoon for the glass-bottom boat tour and snorkeling and finish with an hour in paradise at Whitehaven Beach. Enjoy your expert pilot's narration as you see the absolute best of this region with 1.5 hours total flight time. Sip a glass of bubbly as you gaze out on pure white sands and the turquoise sea! Fr water and light snacks are also provided. Total duration 4.5 hours including 1.5 hours flying time.Reef Adventure Tour:Travel by seaplane to Hardy Lagoon a part of the Great Barrier Reef visited exclusively on this tour. Stunning aerial views of areas like the famed Heart Reef distract you on a 30-minute flight. After your seaplane makes a graceful landing on the water board the waiting glass-bottom boat
From AUD295.00
 
Whitsundays Jet Ski Tour
"After pickup from your hotel (on Airlie Beach) head to the check-in office where you meet your guide for an orientation and safety briefing. After board your Sea-doo Jet Ski which you can ride solo or with a friend. Put on the provided riding apparel — vest sunglasses or goggles a hat — then climb on to your Jet Ski for a ride through the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Whitsunday Islands!Choose from three options below for your tour all with a maximum of 16 people for a more personalized small-group tour. Your guide snaps photos of you on your Jet Ski and you’ll be able to see them online after the tour. Airlie Morning Adventure:Take off in the morning or afternoon from Airlie Beach to zip around Pioneer Bay's scenic bays and lovely beaches. Spot small islands
From AUD95.00

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Sail boat

The only way to get to the Whitsundays is by boat (or perhaps private plane or helicopter), and I would by far prefer a sail boat, because it brings a little something to the experience. You should,...
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Whitehaven Express.

From Airlie to the Whitsunday Islands there is only one way to travel, by boat, and the best of these is the Whitehaven Express.Now capable of 23 knots this means you get more time over the reef and...
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Southern Cross

All companies offer different types of packages, some party boats where you don't do any work, just lie back sunbath and drink, the historical tall ships, I wanted to do some work so went on a racing...
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Yacht: The only way to sail

The British Defender sure treated us right. Definately the way to see th Whitsundays. She costs a little more but is well worth it. Here she is from a far when our shore boat stopped working and we...
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Cumberland Charter Yachts

We hired a 40 foot catamaran through Cumberland Charter Yachts from Airlie Beach to travel around the Whitsunday Islands. These guys have plenty of different sized boats to suit your travel plans and...
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Transport to Airlie Beach

I only went with one bus company the entire time going through OZ, and that was McCafferty's. Taking out of account smelly people (remember the old lady Micky?), which you can never control,...
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Pride of Airlie

Unless you are a really good swimmer, you will need some type of boat to reach Whitehaven Beach and South Molle Island Resort. The company I booked through was Koalas in Airlie Beach. Not only did...
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Bus from Cairns

The bus trip is about 8 hours and stops in Tully and then Mission beach for lunch. In Townsville we changed coaches and on to Airlie beach, we arrived in Airlie at about 7pm so it is worth booking...
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Fantasea

We took Fantasea Cruises from Hamilton Island airport to Shute Harbour (a town next to Airlie Beach) and return. They are quick and easy but a bit pricy (about $35 per trip).Fantasea also does trips...
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We flew from Mt Gambier to...

We flew from Mt Gambier to Melbourne, then Melbourne to Hamilton Island, then ferried it to Long Island. On the way, we dropped off people at lots of the islands, so it was a good way to see the area...
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Helicopter rides.

To appreciate just how small and beautifull the community of Airlie Beach really is take a helicopter ride from Cannovale airfield (just around the corner fron Airlie)
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Trips around the islands

There are many trips to and around the Whitsunday Islands from Shute Harbour. The hostels in Airlie Beach can help you find the trip that suits you best.
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Sailing around the Whitsundays.

This unusual rock formaton is called The Logs and it marks the entrance to Turtle Bay where we had a brief swim over some reef on our wedding day.
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Top Hotels in Whitsunday Islands

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Palm Bay, Long Island,Whitsundays, Whitsundays, Lo
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Kunapipi Springs Road, Midge Point, 4800, Australia
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Things to Do Near Whitsunday Islands

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The Round House

The Roundhouse is an interesting twelve-sided building which stands at the western end of High Street on Arthur Head, a high promontory overlooking Bathers Beach and the Indian Ocean. Bay whaling was...
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Top 5 Whitsunday Islands Writers

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CandS

"Sailing the Whitsundays..."
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Steve-H

"A WHITSUNDAY WEDDING."
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Jmill42

"Home of the World's Most Beautiful Beach"
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Jyrki

"Set Sail in the Sundays!"
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paradisedreamer

"The Whitsunday Islands"
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