Airlie Beach

Airlie beach

Learn English in Airlie Beach - a sunny and beautiful corner of Australia.

Many people come from all over the world to visit this dreamy and tropical part of Australia. In 2014, the brand new Port of Airlie Marina opened: an upscale complex of hotels, restaurants and shops along the waterfront. Airlie Beach has a lot to offer, whether you are looking for great nightlife, nature experiences or world class cuisine. And if you want to explore the spectacular Whitsunday Islands, this is the perfect starting point. Airlie Beach is the ideal place to base yourself for water activities from diving to sailing.

There is so much to explore when learning English in Airlie Beach!

When classes are over, make the most of the abundant sunshine here by heading to the Airlie Beach Lagoon, where you can splash and play. It’s a free public park and swimming pool with beautiful tropical landscaping, and it’s where the locals like to stretch out on the grass, have a barbeque and sip cold drinks while the kids play.

Don’t miss the Airlie Beach Markets, which take place along the Esplanade every Saturday. You’ll find a lot of local handicrafts and tasty artisanal foods here. The market is open in time for breakfast and closes right after lunch, so come with an empty stomach and sample the many treats!

Take time out to discover some of the great walking trails in this region of Queensland. The Airlie Creek Track is a relatively easy walk that will take you along the coast: you’ll have stunning views as well as the chance to see Prosperine Rock Wallabies. The hiking trails in Conway National Park take you through a range of ecosystems, such as mangrove forests and rainforests. And if you hike 30 minutes inland, you’ll find yourself at Cedar Creek Falls, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the waterfall.

A 30-40 minute drive outside of Airlie Beach takes you to one of the best-kept secrets in the area – Hideaway Bay. This lovely beach is a peaceful and laid back place to relax. There are a number of small cafes and shops up there where you can have lunch. Just south of Hideaway Beach you’ll find Dingo Beach, which is also worth a visit. Its pub right on the waterfront is a great place to chill out with a cold beer and eat some fresh seafood.

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