Ultimate Whitsunday Bucket List!
Have you ticked these incredible experiences off your Airlie Beach bucket list?
- 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
- 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
- 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!
- 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
- 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
- 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.
- 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!
- 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!
- 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.
- 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.