Airlie Beach is a popular destination to hire a campervan. Explore sites such as the Abel Point Marina (Australia's largest marina) and Shute Harbour with your RV or motorhome rental. Once you decide how many beds (berth) you will need, simply compare the cheapest rates on camper hire with VroomVroomVroom.
Airlie Beach serves as the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. Airlie Beach is known for its bars, clubs, live music, stylish restaurants, shops and great accommodation options. The city offers a number of luxury hotels, but is also one of the most popular places for backpackers to stay with many affordable options. Airlie Beach is a great destination to explore in a campervan, with wonderful weather and activities on offer year round.
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BIG4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort is situated at 25-29 Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach. The establishment is a multi-award winning resort, known for being one of Australia's prime holiday parks. Its campsite facilities include an ATM, barbecue facilities, business services, camp kitchen, car park, vehicle wash facilities, child pool, child activities, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, even facilities, cots, EFTPOS, equipment hire, recreation room, gardens, high chair, ice, broadband Internet access, iron, laundry, playground, public telephone, safety deposit box, spa, shop, tour desk, lounge area, outdoor swimming pool and full size tennis court. The park has a range of accommodation options, including unpowered campsites, ensuite powered sites, cabins, villas, luxury cottages and luxury condos.
Island Gateway Holiday Park Airlie Beach lies along Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach. It is very close to the town centre and is an ideal base to explore the beautiful Great Barrier Reef. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, children's playground, games room, wireless Internet access, Jacuzzi, laundry services, parking facilities, wellness centre, tennis court, tour desk, non-smoking rooms and an outdoor swimming pool. Choose from a wide range of cabins, powered campsites and unpowered campsites.
Magnums Backpackers is located at 366 Shute Harbour Road. It is a budget holiday park set within a tropical landscaping and in proximity with Airlie Beach's restaurants, nightclubs and pubs, for over 18s only. The types of accommodation it offers are tent sites, caravan sites, standard dormitory rooms, deluxe cabins, private double rooms and private twin rooms. The establishment's campsite facilities include car parking spaces, communal kitchen, bar, communal lounge, communal refrigerator, communal shower, entertainment, equipment hire, gardens, wireless Internet access, iron, laundry, lockers, movie hire, outdoor furniture, public telephone, tour desk and TV/lounge area.
Abel Point Marina sits along Shingley Drive, Airlie Beach. The site is popular as it is Queensland's largest marina, as well as a gateway to both the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands. The marina has a collection of shops, stylish restaurants and venues for water activities such as diving tours, cruising, sailing and snorkeling.
Airlie Beach Lagoon can be reached via the Shute Harbour Road. The site is nestled in the heart of Airlie Beach and is famous for its outstanding leisure facilities. The lagoon features a sandy beach, landscaped gardens, grassy knolls, clear waters and fantastic areas for sunbathing, picnicking and having a barbecue.
Boathaven Beach is located at The Beacons, Airlie Beach. It is within the area's new peninsula named "The Beacons" as a part of the a development move. Boathaven Beach features over 60,000 cubic metres of white sand and is hailed as Airlie Beach's prime all-tide beach. Visitors are welcome to swim and have fun at the beach all year round.
Caves and Canyons Dive Site can be found at Hook Reef within the world renowned Great Barrier Reef. The site offers everyone an adventurous diving experience among beautiful coral gardens, crystal clear waters, a 60 metre wall and a 20 metre shelf. Caves and Canyons Dive Site is amazingly rich in marine life, and there is a huge chance of seeing tuna, mackerel, Indian steep head Parrot fish and whales.
Conway National Park is located at Shute Harbour Road. It is a popular coastal park with a great view of the Whitsunday Passage, valleys, forest and the Dent, Hamilton, Henning and Long islands. The park is known for its abundant flora and fauna, friendly camping sites and beautiful pebbly beach. The Australian mound-building birds, Orange Footed Scrubfowl and Proserpine Rock-wallabies inhabit the area. Bird watching, animal viewing, leisure walking and snorkeling are some of the activities on offer at the site.