Whitsunday Organic B&B

Address: 8, Lamond Street, Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 8, Lamond Street, Airlie Beach, is near Cruise Whitsundays, Whitehaven Express, The Roundhouse, and Shute Harbour.
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    Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach

    Airlie beach and beyond

    A travel blog entry by jackiecollins on May 08, 2015

    8 comments, 28 photos

    Although we travelled 700km from Port Douglas to Airlie beach , we didn't go via Western Australia which us what this map suggests - I just can't seem to correct it  - sorry Sam ! Saturday 9th May - the Whitsunday boat trip starts today - sea looks calm but we have the pills ready in case ! Blog unlikely to be updated for a few days as I guess there is limited wifi out there?!! Whitsunday Blue trip was absolutely superb - on board an 8 berth catamaran with our skipper Lyndsey ...


    A travel blog entry by lucyliamontour on Apr 22, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... got to the beach though as the beautifully calm water met the perfect clean and white sand. After a spot of sunbathing and Lucy burying Liam in the beautiful sand we headed back to the boat. Thinking Dan and Henry had gone ahead to swim back to the boat we were slightly concerned when we returned to the boat to find they hadn't checked back in. We searched the horizon and were relieved to know they had not drowned together as we could see them slowly ambling along the ...

    Airlie Beach

    A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Apr 04, 2015

    7 photos

    4th April - Arrived at 9am after spending 14 hours on a coach. Didn't get much sleep and the little we did get was very cramped and uncomfortable. We checked into our hostel and headed down to the the beach. You can't swim in the ocean here because of the jellyfish so they have massive pools that everyone can relax around. Most of the day is spent by the pools and washing our damp clothes from Fraser Island. Then a well deserved early ...

    The Outback: Very Dry in the 'Wet'

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Mar 12, 2015

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... The Isa as the locals call it. Most of the small towns in the Outback came into being when precious metals or stones were found and prospectors moved in. They tended to boom then bust when deposits ran out, so many have disappeared completely or are ghost towns. The Mount Isa Mine is an exception as it is still very productive and mines 5 different metal ores. At one time it was the largest earner of foreign currency in Australia.

    The town (population 23,000) has a ...

    Sailing around the Whitsunday islands!

    A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Feb 12, 2015

    3 photos

    ... you don't care anymore! 13/2/15 We had two snorkelling sessions in the morning which were both awesome, the fish were massive and loads of them had teeth! We were told by our Kiwi driver Dave, that in Australia, assume everything wants you dead! Which I think in the sea is probably a ethos! We chilled out on the boat for the rest of the afternoon then had an interesting journey back. It became ...