BIG4 Airlie Cove Resort and Caravan Park

Jubilee Pocket, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$27 to AU$260

BIG4 Airlie Cove Resort and Caravan Park is a tranquil 28 acre tropical haven, offering a range of tourist park accommodation in a natural environment. The park is conveniently located two kilometres through Airlie Beach and it's setting along Lucas Creek next to the Conway National Park is home to an array of Australian wildlife.

Both comfortable and affordable, Airlie Cove has a range of cabin, caravan and camping accommodation including deluxe Bali Villas, two bedroom family cabins, one and two bedroom cabins, ensuite cabins, park cabins, ensuite sites, powered or unpowered sites and campgrounds.

The park is home to a large free form swimming pool and water park, kangaroo jumper and Pirate playground facility, laundry, amenities block, television room and internet facilities. With a plethora of local knowledge, the friendly reception staff can help with all your tour bookings.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2634 Shute Harbour Road
Jubilee Pocket, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Ensuite Cabin

One bedroom cabin with queen bed and bunks in the main lounge area and queen bed in main bedroom. Facilities include fully self contained kitchen, bathroom, air-conditioning, and television with Foxtel.

Studio Ensuites

Modern and comfortable studios with ensuites. Bedding is either queen, king, single or bunk beds and facilities include ensuite with shower and toilet, small fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, air-conditioning and television.

2 Bedroom Family Villas

Two bedroom Villa includes a queen bed in main bedroom and two sets of bunk beds in the second bedroom. Facilities include a bathroom, an open plan lounge/dining/ kitchen, air-conditioning and television with Foxtel and large decks.

Ensuite Cabin

Open plan, self contained cabin includes queen bed, two bunks and fold out sofa bed. Facilities include bathroom with shower and toilet, fully self-contained kitchen, air-conditioning, ceiling fans and television.

2 Bedroom Bali Villa

Ultra modern spacious two bedroom villa with thatched verandas. Has queen bed in main bedroom and two sets of bunks, two single beds or queen bed in second bedroom. Facilities include split system air-conditioning, bathroom and second toilet (corner spa in Bali Spa Villa), self contained large open plan lounge/dining/kitchen and large screen television and DVD.

1 Bedroom Villa

These new one bedroom Villas offer a queen bed in the main bedroom, and a set of bunk beds in the hallway alcove, with a one person sofa bed in the living area (with all linen included). They have a full kitchen, bathroom, dining/lounge with flat-screen television, and parking alongside the Villa.

1 Bedroom Studio

These brand new Studios rooms accommodate a maximum of three guests with a Queen bed in the main bedroom (all linen included)and a sofa bed in the lounge. They have a full kitchen with stove top, dining table, lounge with flat-screen television and a deck with car parking alongside.

Powered Ensuite site

Powered site with private toilet and bathroom facilities (toilet separate to bathroom). Choice of slab or grassed site and includes television connection and sullage points.

Powered Site

Powered camp site on concrete slab or grass site with power, television connection and sullage points.

Unpowered camp site

Camp site in natural surrounds. An amenities block and a large camp kitchen facilities available.

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