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Airlie Cove Resort & Van Park, Airlie Beach

Drive two kilometres through Airlie Beach to Airlie Cove Resort, which provides the perfect mainland base to take advantage of the beautiful Whitsundays. The Resort is surrounded by lush National Park where possums, wallabies and goannas roam freely, and you can experience daily bird feeding.

Airlie Cove Resort boasts a variety of accommodation ranging from deluxe and ensuite villas to on-site cabins, shady concrete powered sites and grassy campgrounds.

Resort facilities include camp kitchen and free gas barbecues, disabled facilities, a free-form pool with spa and waterslide, children’s pool and playground and floodlit tennis court.

Caravan and vehicle storage is available and cruise bookings may be made through reception.

Airlie Cove Resort is the closest Big Four establishment to the Airlie Beach township and Shute Harbour ferry terminal.

Accommodation Options

Two Bedroom Villa

Two bedroom deluxe unit.

Ensuite Cabin

Ensuite Cabin.

On-site Air Conditioned Cabin

On-site cabin.

One Bedroom Villa

One bedroom holiday villa.

Two Bedroom Deluxe Bali Villa



  • Caravan and Camping
  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Swimming
  • National Park
  • Reef
  • Wildlife

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