Wednesday, December 14, 2011


The early place for trips to the Whitsunday Islands off the seashore of Queensland, Australia, Airlie Beach is a heaven for hikers, where a great figure of swimmers on your tan pre-and post-sailing, a group of bars and dirty, and the hostel to send large and take pleasure in the sun, make new contacts and lots of alcohol .While Airlie Beach is a small city completely alert on the tourism industry and tour to cruise the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef,
Go on a boat trip around the Whitsunday Islands
There is no disbelief that all visitors to Airlie Beach to host a cruise in the Whitsunday Islands. The Port of Airlie is in fact one of the busiest in the entire of Australia, with a wide range of different types of boats and sailing trips for each day. There are many agents and shipping companies located in the city where you can book your cruise as soon as you reach your destination at Airlie
2. Shop at Airlie’s Saturday Market
Situated in humid Queensland, there is not at all a lack of humid fruits and the creation of Airlie Beach. On Saturday, the walkway of the city filled with a number of vendors selling crafts, fruit and vegetables and more.
3. Visit Cedar Creek Falls
Visit Cedar Creek Falls

 Track Conway away from Airlie Beach to Cedar Creek Waterfall, wherever on earth a striking waterfall and a pond of water perfect for swimming to discover. In the rainy period, the waterfall flowing over the rocks, but the majority likely still flows in the dry season (winter). It is a perfect place for a picnic and relax by jumping into the turquoise water
4. Eat and Drink on the Esplanade
Food and drinks at the Esplanade With the clean sea breeze blowing in your face and a unbelievable sight of the islands off the seashore,
5. Work on your brunette at the Airlie Seaside Pond
 The Airlie Beach Lagoon overlooking the ocean, nothing like  the water near to  the ocean, Stinger is limitless of charge the entire time the year. The grass and barbecues in the region of the lake is the perfect place to enjoy the sun, swimming and a barbecue with acquaintances.
6. Trek the Whitsunday Vast Walk
For those that are in place for a small more examining than shopping at the Saturday bazaar and take pleasure in the sun on the lake, there is a walk of 28 km near Airlie views truly amazing. One can enjoy the beauty of it .
7. Meet your boat friends at Beaches
Like most travelers throughout Airlie Beach there before or after a boat trip to the Whitsundays, is not amazing that a night at a local inn / bar..
8. Camp at Whitehaven Beach
Whitehaven Beach Camp
 It is absolutely compulsory that each of the trip to the Whitsundays, a stop at Whitehaven Beach. A fantastic beach with fine sand beaches (98% silica), blue waters and green hills make it one of the most spectacular, not only in Queensland, but throughout the world. When traveling by sailboat in the Whitsunday Islands Whitehaven will definitely stop in, you can camp in this area blank. A public campground is administered by the National Park Service on the south side of Whitehaven Beach, where basic sanitation, but no water or supplies
9. Go sea kayaking
Go sea kayaking

 If you want to be in the water and exercise, sea kayaking can be a great way to not only enjoy the scenery, but also work the arms. There are several kayak tour operators in Airlie Beach, which offers half day, full day, extended and self-guided Tours Adventure kayaking in the Whitsunday Islands. You can paddle around the water, a visit to the islands and the Great Barrier Reef snorkel for a few hours or days.
10. Go on a day cruise to Reefworld
On a cruise of a World Day Reef.If you are not a multi-night cruise in the Whitsundays (although I recommend), you can also opt for a day cruise aboard a luxury catamaran always see the reef without spending the night aboard a ship. There is a day every day of Airlie Beach Shute Harbour cruise, which is the world's reefs (a pintoon floating on the edge of the reef Hardy). Known as  one of the most beautiful re


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