Whitsunday Transit provides transfer services to and from the Whitsunday Coast Airport. Transfers from the airport through to Airlie Beach take approximately 40 mins and all passengers are transferred in air conditioned comfort.
How much is shuttle from Proserpine airport to Airlie?
Shuttle services are a cheap, stress-free way of getting from Whitsunday Coast Airport to Airlie Beach! Starting at around $20, the shuttles will take roughly 40 minutes and stop at various locations in Airlie.
How do I get from Whitsundays to Airlie Beach?
The cost-effective way to get from Airlie Beach to Whitsunday Islands is to ferry, which costs $60 and takes 1h 10m. What is the fastest way to get from Airlie Beach to Whitsunday Islands? The quickest way to get from Airlie Beach to Whitsunday Islands is to ferry which costs $60 and takes 1h 10m.
How do I get from Airlie Beach to airport?
The airport is the most popular gateway, with just a 30 minute drive to Airlie Beach. You have the choice of hiring a car, boarding our own Transfer Bus (click here for Transfer Bus details) or taking a taxi. Alternatively, Hamilton Island Airport is a 50 minute ferry ride to the mainland (Port of Airlie).
Is there Uber in Whitsundays?
Since Uber doesn’t yet operate in the Whitsundays, this is the closest option. You can download the Mackay/Whitsunday Taxi App to make life easier and track how far away they are from you.
How do I get from Proserpine airport to Whitsundays?
The fastest way to get from Proserpine Airport (PPP) to Whitsunday Reflections, Airlie Beach is to taxi. Taking this option will cost $100 – $130 and takes 32 min.
Is there Uber in Proserpine?
Rideshare Pickup/Dropoff Instructions for Proserpine Whitsunday Coast Airport. Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft can drop you off at the departure level, along side regular passengers and taxis.
Can you drive from Airlie Beach to Whitsundays?
Whitsundays by Road The Airlie Beach turn off is one kilometre north of Proserpine and is then a 20km trip into the beach town. The highway to Proserpine and the road into Cannonvale, Airlie Beach and Shute Harbour is suitable for all vehicles.
Is Airlie Beach worth visiting?
Airlie Beach has long been a magnet for travellers drawn to its white silica sand, azure waters and vibrant bar scene. It’s also lucky enough to have the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands on its doorstep. Read on to discover why this beach town is one of the hottest destinations on the East Coast of Australia.
Do you need a car to get around Airlie Beach?
In theory, you can manage in AIrlie Beach without a car,but getting to and from the main street may be difficult. Having said, that most tours do offer to pick up/drop off so you should be OK for daytrips etc. You would probably want to get a taxi back up the hill if you go out for dinner or shopping though.
Which is the best airport to Airlie Beach?
The Whitsunday Coastal Airport, or Proserpine Airport (PPP) Proserpine Airport (PPP), located just 26 kilometres southwest of Airlie Beach is the closest airport if you are wanting to fly into the Whitsundays. Proserpine Airport has direct flights from major cities such as Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne.
Can you swim in the beach at Airlie Beach?
There are two public beaches situated in Airlie Beach where you are welcome to swim, one is located near the Port of Airlie Marina and is known as ‘Boathaven Beach’, while the other is located in Cannonvale.
Are there crocodiles in Airlie Beach?
Are There Crocodiles In Airlie Beach The simple answer is no, there are not commonly crocodile sightings in Airlie Beach. However, it has happened. Most commonly, crocodiles that are spotted around the Airlie Beach area are in marinas such as Coral Sea Marina. While it is extremely rare, it can always be a possibility.
Is Airlie Beach walkable?
While the islands themselves have much on offer, it’s a well-known fact that Airlie Beach has phenomenal hiking and walking trails that make for a great way to spend time while on the mainland.
Does Airlie Beach have an airport?
Airlie Beach – Whitsundays – Queensland Whitsunday Airport (Shute Harbour) is Airlie Beach’s local airport and incorporates a 1,410 metre asphalt runway with dual taxiway with full services of Avgas and Jet A1, as well as ample parking for visiting aircraft.
How do you catch the bus in Airlie Beach?
You will see buses driving through Airlie Beach approximately every half an hour, so if you miss one you can always catch the next one. When you travel along the main road, you will see their yellow and blue bus stop signs at almost every turn. If you wait at a bus stop, they will pull in as they are going by.
How do you get to Daydream Island?
Getting to Daydream Island is easy. Fly in to Hamilton Island and then relax for the 30 minute launch transfer to Daydream Island with Cruise Whitsundays. Alternatively, travel to Port of Airlie in Airlie Beach on the mainland and take the Cruise Whitsundays launch transfer to the island.
How do I get from Proserpine Airport to Hamilton Island?
There is no direct connection from Proserpine Airport (PPP) to Hamilton Island. However, you can take the bus to Port of Airlie, take the walk to Port of Airlie, then take the ferry to Hamilton Island Marina.
How do I get from Brisbane to Airlie Beach?
The most convenient and popular way to get to Airlie Beach from Brisbane is to fly directly to the Whitsunday Coast Airport, and then take a short transfer bus to Airlie Beach. The Whitsunday Coast Airport is serviced by domestic airlines Qantas, Jetstar, and Virgin.