Peninsula Airlie Beach

Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$319 to AU$849

Peninsula Airlie Beach is situated on pristine waterfront land overlooking the Abell Point Marina and Whisper Bay. Each of the 42 Apartments boasts expansive marina and sea views from the large balconies. The apartments cater for couples, families and groups. Fully self-contained and luxuriously appointed including European appliances, free WIFI access and cable television. Secure undercover parking and lift access to all floors. Limited marina berths available if required and excellent fishing right from your balcony. The township of Airlie Beach is a flat 15 minute stroll along the waters edge on the Bi-Centennial Boardwalk.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
144 Shingley Drive
Peninsula Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Sleeps up to eight people. These four bedroom penthouses with three bathrooms are fully self contained with the main bedroom upstairs and are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

These apartments are fully self contained with the main bedroom upstairs and are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

These apartments are fully self contained and are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

These apartments are fully self contained with the main bedroom upstairs and are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

Sleeps up to five people. These apartments are fully self contained and are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

Sleeps up to six people. These penthouses are fully self contained, some with the main bedroom upstairs are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

Sleeps up to six adults. These apartments are fully self contained and are all luxuriously appointed with large balconies overlooking the marina and expansive sea views, high speed internet access, Austar Television, CD/DVD, air conditioned, non smoking lift access to all floors. Free marina berth on request.

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