Europcar Airlie Beach Car Rental

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Europcar Airlie Beach Car Rental
398 Shute Harbour Road
Airlie Beach 4802 Qld

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Airlie Beach at a Glance

Airlie Beach is a small coastal village of 1220 people situated on the Northern Queensland coast. It is immensely popular amongst tourists because of its proximity to the Whitsunday Islands, which it is seen as the gateway to. Largely dependant on tourism, the population of this town swells during peak seasons to immense numbers. It has a reputation as a lively party town with a great holiday atmosphere, and all kinds of visitors are catered towards. There is plenty to see and do in and around the town, and the easiest way to go about this is in a hire car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas for Visitors to Airlie Beach
  1. A sailing trip around the Whitsunday Islands is essential. Day trips or longer are available, and its a great way to see the islands as you silently glide past them, and also to meet other travellers. You might even pick up a few handy points about sailing on the way!
  2. Whitehaven Beach is one of the top ten beaches in the world. Charters run out there every day, giving you the perfect opportunity to bask on its bright white sands. Whilst there make the walk to Hill Inlet- you won't be disappointed.
  3. If you enjoy fishing then head inland to Lake Proserpine, also known as the Peter Faust Dam. Regularly stocked with barramundi, you are almost guaranteed to land one of these great fighting fish on an excursion to this lake. They make great eating.
  4. A half hour drive from Airlie gets you to Cedar Creek Falls. This charming waterfall is very popular because of its large rock pool at its base. The water crashing over the steep cliff face of the falls is especially impressive after a heavy rain.
  5. Why not take the opportunity to go on an introductory scuba diving course? This will give you your basic certificate which you can build upon in the future, and you get to see the underwater delights of the Great Barrier Reef at the same time.