Airlie Beach is the gateway to the Whitsunday islands and a colourful, cosmopolitan and inviting holiday town lying on the shores of a palm fringed beach overlooking the calm Coral Sea and the yachts scattered throughout Pioneer Bay.
This ever expanding town is part of a peninsular that reaches out to the Whitsunday Passage providing an ideal mainland base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef and the surrounding Whitsunday islands.
Day cruises leave for the Great Barrier Reef from Airlie Beach daily or perhaps try sailing between the islands or enjoy a scenic flight over Whitehaven Beach. Snorkelling and diving is the perfect way to explore the magical sights of this aquatic wonderland.
The main village of Airlie Beach promotes a relaxed tropical ambience and encompasses a landscaped parkland, swimming lagoon allowing for stinger-free swimming all year round and a selection of interesting shops and boutiques.
Dining and entertainment options centre around Airlie Beach with a wide variety of cheap eateries, alfresco cafes and superior restaurants on offer. There are also numerous bars, pubs and clubs within close proximity to each other providing plenty of entertainment into the night.
Peppers Accommodation at Airlie Beach
Overlooking the Coral Sea and Whitsunday islands, Peppers sets a new standard for accommodation at Airlie Beach with the brand new Peppers Coral Coast Resort. Featuring 102 beautifully appointed one, two and three bedroom apartments, Peppers Coral Coast Resort offers you unrestricted views and first class facilities.
Within the Whistsunday islands Peppers also offer a retreat on the exclusive Long Island.