Airlie Beach is situated half way up the Queensland coastline, on the mainland adjacent to the Whitsunday Islands. This region lies in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, yet is easily accessible.

Flying to the region is simple, as domestic airports are located close by at Hamilton Island and Proserpine, with international airports in Brisbane and Cairns. Hamilton Island has ferries that dock at Abel Point Marina, Port of Airlie and Shute Harbour, and light aircraft to reach nearby Whitsunday Airport; whilst Proserpine is a short drive away.

Airlie Beach is the mainland hub and gateway to the Whitsunday Islands. Located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays consists of 74 islands and a mainland expanse of remarkable natural beauty. They offer an experience that appeals to all walks of life, and are one of Australia’s most popular holiday destinations and offer many leisure pursuits.