Lisa Williams

I live in Airlie Beach and like to share the things to do there for free to have a good time.

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Airlie Beach Things To Do

Flying to Proserpine Airport, also known as Whitsunday Coast Airport, in Proserpine is the easiest way to reach Airlie. There is also a train station in Proserpine for those travelling up the East coast. The two main airlines flying to here are Virgin Blue and Jetstar. After arriving at the airport, luggage is driven around the side of the building be collected from a trailer. There are also a number of tours that travel up the East Coast of Australia and visit Airlie Beach. BackpackerTravel offers a selection of tours that visit Airlie Beach. To see Airlie Beach Things to do Updated In 2019 | Whitsundays Deals follow the guide below or the link provided.

A number of buses serve the airport terminal, and drive to Airlie beach or other locations but all but one must be prebooked, for instance with Cruise Whitsundays. The tickets cost a flat $15 per person one way and can be purchased in a queue at a clearly marked booth just inside the arrival gate. The bus driver mans the booth, and when everyone has got a ticket (about 30-40 minutes wait from arrival) the bus gets going. Another option is to take a taxi, for which there is also a booth inside the arrivals gate. However taxi rides seem to match the bus price, and cost $15 per person. Also, there may not be any taxis waiting. The ride to Airlie beach is smooth and takes about 40 minutes. The driver will ask where you are staying and take you to the door of the hostel or hotel in Airlie Beach.

Best things to do:

  • Visit Airlie Beach Lagoon
  • Walk the beach
  • Do some swimming
  • Fishing
  • Go shopping

To see more things to do in Airlie Beach follow the link or see below.

Airlie Beach Backpacker Guide

Airlie Beach Backpackers offer fun, cheap and exciting accommodation in a magnificent location. Most of the Backpackers in Airlie Beach, offer various tours and activities for you to participate in.

If budget Airlie Beach accommodation is what you are looking for try the YHA. The YHA is a well priced backpackers hostel conveniently located in the center of Airlie Beach near the swimming lagoon.

Another good choice for budget accommodation would be Magnums Backpackers. It is hidden in the midst of a lush rainforest. It provides cheap accommodation for travelers and is centrally located.

In the heart of Airlie Beach you will discover Beaches Backpackers. This is an award winning hostel that features an extensive range of adventure options for you to choose from. The staff at Beaches are helpful and friendly and can give you advice about the area and offer fantastic deals on the wide range of diving adventures, sailing adventures, and day tour options. Several features include Internet, restaurant and bar with nightly entertainment for guests, a swimming pool, a large communal kitchen, lounge room and a laundry. See another list of things to do in Airlie Beach.

Bush Village Boutique Backpackers offers quality backpackers accommodation, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. This resort features, Internet access , a swimming pool, a large spa, laundry facilities, a barbecue area and gaming area.

Airlie Waterfront Backpackers, is Airlie Beach’s one and only backpackers on the beachfront! Enjoy sunning yourself on the glorious white sanded beaches, swimming in pristine waters or get involved in the many water sports and fun activities available such as sailing, scuba diving, and snorkeling.

For all your Backpacking needs visit Backpackers World Travel on Shute Harbour Road. This is the place to go to make bookings for adventure tours, site seeing and various other activities.

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