Swim, snorkel, scuba dive, fish, jet ski, windsurf or paddle. Cruise away for a day, overnight or as many days as you like. Get airborne for a breathtaking view.

Take to the trails, meet a croc, ride a bike, shop, be pampered, sip on a cool drink, eat at a different restaurant for every meal, or do absolutely nothing!

Seem too good to be true? A unique geographic location, blissful weather and excellent service ethics make it all possible. What’s more, it’s safe, clean and friendly with no travel-alert stress.

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What to do

Around Airlie, or further a field, there's so much to claim your days that many visitors feel they needed to allow more time.

When you’re on shore for a lay day, there’s still plenty to do. Some of it involves a little outlay but a lot is free.

Some include visits to our northern and southern delights from Proserpine and Bowen south to Cape Hillsborough, Mackay, Sarina and the hinterland ranges.

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Living here

Already rated one of the top ten holiday destinations, it would be correct to assume that The Whitsundays also must be a great place to live.

Sea views at comparatively low cost, balmy winters and clean air are just the start of the advantages. Residents have access to good supermarkets, fantastic doctors, numerous great schools, and no traffic jams.

Dress tends to be casual and the winter wardrobe fits on one shelf. Locals care about their neighbours and enjoy the community benefits of living in several beach side and rural small towns.

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