Airlie Beach Myaura Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Airlie Beach is the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, a collection of 74 islands, inlets and sandbanks in the Coral Sea. We pulled up in 'Beaten-up Barry' and liked the feel of Airlie Beach straight away. It has a lovely main street of cool bars and restaurants and lots of 'activity centres' advertising extreme sports, tours and trips. Yep, let's stop here for a couple of nights we decided...
We found ...
... You’d probably get locked up for doing that on the Great Barrier Reef.
We anchored up at Langford Reef, right near a 5-star resort charging about $8,000 a night. They must really hate the sail boats. There was some more organised fun but a big party never materialised and everyone was in bed by about 11...! These backpackers don’t have the stamina they used to.
Next morning we had one more snorkel next to where we had slept. It ...
... off around Whitsunday Island to moor off Whitehaven Beach. Apparently this beach has been voted number 5 in the poll to find the most beautiful beach in the world ( I don't know who voted but I know I wasn't asked). It certainly was a quite a sight with the fine white silica sand and turquoise sea. We were all put ashore for a couple of hours and once again had stinger suits provided. Matt one of the crew got a game of cricket going on ...
This morning we woke to the sad news that two of the hostages were killed after 17 hours of being held at the Lindt Cafe, very eerie going back past the cordoned off area when getting the airport shuttle bus to Sydney Domestic Airport at 5:40am. We both loved Sydney, what a clean, welcoming and stunning city. We caught a flight at 8:15am to Proserpine (The Whitsunday Coast) with Tiger Air. It took two hours to get to ...
couldn't quite catch up to the turtle in time!)
We got back to
Airlie Beach on Tuesday and spent the rest of the day at the Lagoon with
our friends from the boat and we all cooked a bbq together for lunch.
That evening some of the group were planning an after party but
unfortunately we were catching the overnight bus to Rainbow Beach for
our Fraser Island adventure.....