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Airlie Beach

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Airlie Beach Township, the coastal centre of the Whitsundays offers a relaxed village atmosphere, is ranked as one of the top three regional tourism areas by international and Australian visitors.

Airlie Beach Township, the coastal centre of the Whitsundays offers a relaxed village atmosphere, is ranked as one of the top three regional tourism areas by international and Australian visitors.

Population: 7.868

The Whitsundays is located at the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, a short 10 minute scenic bus ride from Airlie Beach to Shute Harbour, a busy port and departure point to the tropical Island resorts Hamilton Island, Long Island, Daydream Island, South Molle Island, Hook and Hayman Island, and island national parks.

The stunning location of Airlie Beach, nestling amid rainforest ridges, tropical island horizons and bordered by coastal bays, yachts and marinas attracts visitors from around the world; it is the world greatest aquatic playground and home to over 74 tropical islands. Over 70% of the Whitsundays region consists of protected national and marine parks.

The Whitsundays offers one of the largest choices of marine tourism experiences  learn to scuba dive, sail on the pristine Great Barrier Reef marine environment.

Source: http://www.queenslandholidays.com.au/

Airlie Beach is well renowned for its subtropical climate and weather year round. The beautiful island captures the hot yet wet season during the months of November through to May. During this season the weather can become rather humid and hot. 

However Airlie Beach maintains a relatively steady maximum temperature at 32C. Through out these hot months, the weather also includes a generous amount of rain. The number of rainy days is around 80-100, with only a few wet days a month from November through to May.

Source: http://airliebeaches.com/

Transit bus Service: There is a regular bus route running in Airlie Beach extending through to Shute Harbour and Proserpine. Bus stops are conveniently dotted throughout the towns so getting anywhere on public transport is quite easy.

By Rail to the Whitsundays: Queensland?s Tilt Trains offer a very fast and comfortable option for getting to and from Proserpine. They have 2 northbound and 2 southbound stops per week at Proserpine Train Station, then a connecting bus service will take you to Airlie Beach.

Source: http://www.airliebeach.com/

Nightlife: Airlie Beach is the hub of the region?s nightlife, with a large range of backpacker bars, pubs, clubs and bars to share stories and a cold tropical cocktail. Live bands and local talent are a regular feature, as well as trivia nights and other fun competitions.

Beautiful Beaches: Airlie Beach is home to two main beaches, Airlie Beach itself and the new man-made Boathaven Beach. The Airlie Beach lagoon also has its own sandy beach at the eastern end so dip your toes in and de-stress! There is also a small beach beside the lagoon, from where you can often hire watersports equipment, and Shingley Beach by the marina, which is a favourite spot with locals for a picnic and BBQ, and a stand-up paddle.

Airlie Beach Main Street: Airlie's main street is the central hub in The Whitsundays where locals and visitors meet. A friendly and vibrant atmosphere, where you can browse through the souvenir and clothing stores, enjoy a nice lunch, mingle at the local pub or dance the night away at the bars and nightclubs.

Source: http://www.tourismwhitsundays.com.au/

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