Airlie Beach Magnums Backpackers

Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$26 to AU$63

Magnums is a tropical oasis in the middle of Airlie Beach. Relax in their beautiful settings or take the short stroll to the famous Airlie Beach Lagoon, Abel Point Marina or Port of Airlie.

Magnums is an "over 18 years only" budget holiday retreat in the heart of the beautiful Whitsundays. Magnums is within walking distance of all the fantastic restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and shopping precinct in Airlie Beach. Their affordable accommodation styles include dormitory rooms, cabins and private rooms which are surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens. Their rooms have air-conditioning and ceiling fans for your comfort. Professionally cleaned linen is provided and rooms are cleaned daily by their friendly in-house housekeeping team.

Magnums' facilities include two fully equipped shared kitchens, undercover eating area, tropical outdoor eating area, recreation room with free internet, 51 inch plasma television and DVD player, free DVD hire, games (your perfect Whitsundays entertainment room), coin operated washing machines in their laundry, free security deposit service and a free wi-fi area, all for your convenience. Magnums also has an on-site tour desk offering all day and overnight sailing tours in the Whitsundays and beyond.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
366 Shute Harbour Road
Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

8 Share Cabin

The room is located in a cabin set in rainforest like setting and has four bunk beds, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan, and air-conditioning.

They have a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

8 Share Dorm

The room is located in a rainforest like setting and has four bunk beds, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan and air-conditioning.

They have a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

Female Only 8 Share Cabin

The room is located in a cabin set in a rainforest like setting and has four bunk beds, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan and air-conditioning.

They have a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

Double Standard

The room is located in a rainforest setting and has one double bed, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan, air-conditioning, kettle, crockery and cutlery.

The use of a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

Double with Television and DVD

The room is located in a rainforest setting and has one double bed, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan, air-conditioning, kettle, crockery and cutlery, television and DVD.

The use of a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

Twin Standard

The room is located in a rainforest setting and has one bunk bed, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan, air-conditioning, kettle, crockery and cutlery.

The use of a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

Twin with Television and  DVD

The room is located in a rainforest setting and has one bunk bed, a shared bathroom, bar fridge, fan, air-conditioning, kettle, crockery and cutlery, television and DVD.

The use of a fully equipped communal kitchen and a coin operated laundry onsite.

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