Ultimate Whitsunday Bucket List!

Ultimate Whitsunday Bucket List!

Have you ticked these incredible experiences off your Airlie Beach bucket list?

  1. Fly over the Great Barrier Reef

Charter a helicopter from Abell Point Marina and take a scenic flight over one of the seven wonders of the natural world – the Great Barrier Reef

  1. Sail the Whitsunday Islands

Choose a day sailing trip aboard a maxi racing yacht or traditional wooden tallship and learn to sail through the Whitsunday islands

  1. Jetski to a Whitsunday island

Hop on a guided jetski tour, enjoy the adrenaline-fueled ride and the views back to Airlie Beach as you whizz across the Whitsunday waters with the wind in your hair!

  1. Experience the iconic Whitehaven Beach

Take a boat trip to Whitehaven Beach and experience the 98% silica sand between your toes. Make sure you take your camera for that perfect Whitsunday selfie

  1. Enjoy tropical cocktails at sunset

Relax on the deck at Sorrentos or Hemingway’s with a tropical inspired cocktail and a delicious share platter. The pink and orange hues over the water, will be sure to impress

  1. Segway along the Bicentennial water-front boardwalk

Join a guided Segway tour and traverse the Bicentennial walkway passing through the award-winning Abell Point Marina.

  1. Find Nemo

Join one of the charter boats, which depart daily from Airlie Beach and will take you to some of the best snorkeling locations in the region – look out for Nemo!

  1. Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) Board the Whitsunday Waters

Hire a SUP down at Shingley Beach and experience the azure waters of the Whitsunday from a different perspective. Take a group down and explore together!

  1. Tuk Tuk through Airlie Beach

A unique and entertaining way to explore Airlie Beach is via tuk tuk. Hail a tuk tuk from Lure back to your accommodation or take a joy ride down the main street of Airlie Beach.

  1. Walk through lush rainforest and listen to the wildlife

Take one of the walking tracks in Airlie Beach and enjoy a leisurely stroll through the sub-tropical rainforest. Listen to the rainbow lorikeets and keep your eyes peeled for the elusive Proserpine rock wallaby.

Joscelyn O'Keefe

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