Reefside Villas

Address: 12 Eshelby Drive, Airlie Beach, Queensland, 4802, Australia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on 12 Eshelby Drive, Airlie Beach, is near Cruise Whitsundays, Whitehaven Express, The Roundhouse, and Mantaray Charters.
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    Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach

    Arriving in Airlie beach

    A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Mar 25, 2015

    We've just arrived at the lagoon in Airlie beach, which looks lush! There are in fact two, which are next to each other, with people sunbathing all around them. They have them because, although the beach is gorgeous here, you can't go in the sea as there are too many jelly fish. You can still sunbathe on the sand though. Right anyway, we arrived here in Airlie, yesterday morning at around 7 o clock - after the longest journey ever! Up to now ...

    The Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by 2where2 on Mar 17, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... we needed to. All in all it was a wonderful experience. We did not have a camera for underwater so few if any pictures today. (Well many just a few) Spend the day when sitting with an Austrialian sheep/cattle/crop farmer and his wife, from west Central New South Wales. He had 3,000 acres with more acreage leased. Their daughter and British son-in-law are taking the farm over. The family have been on their farm for 120 or so years. It was a pleasure to meet and chat with ...

    Airlie Beach - Skydiving

    A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 25, 2015

    ... perfect conditions for my first ever skydive.

    I had opted to dive at 8000 feet and for this I got a 5 minute film on what to do and a two minute demonstration from an instructor. I felt safe, honest.

    There were two others jumping and I was first to go. On the way up it's a fantastic view over the Whitsundays. When we got to 6000 feet I was advised that we couldn't jump at 8000 feet because their was a plane below. I felt safe, honest.
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    Never too late for a blog post - the islands

    A travel blog entry by mamoz2k15 on Feb 25, 2015

    1 photo

    ... pretty much all our time swimming in lakes and gorging ourselves at the all you can eat buffet. (We estimated a 5lb weight gain over 3 days #eatcleantrainleaninstafitlowcarbloveli fe). On our final day we woke to rain. Lots of it. Hayden informed us it was a Grade 1 cyclone. By the end of the day it was Grade 5 (for all those without a keen interest in meteorology, that translates to "you're ******") and all the local shops had been ransacked for ...

    Skydive over the Whitsunday Islands

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jan 30, 2015

    26 photos

    ... it. "What's that?" I said. "Um, I've bet on a toad. 13 is our lucky number remember and he jumps well!" "How much did you bet?" I asked... Ness paused and looked even guiltier.... "Thirty five dollars...but he jumps well..." "35 dollars!!" I cried in disbelief. "I don't care if he can jump to the moon. It's a toad race for god's sake, can't we just watch?!!"

    I quickly forgave Ness as knowing we had a stake ...