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Water’s Edge Luxury Apartments, Airlie Beach

Nestled in the hillside 100 metres from the cosmopolitan village of Airlie Beach, Water’s Edge Luxury Apartments allows guests to discover their very own piece of paradise.

The architectural design reflects the Balinese coastal influence with neutral colours, wooden artefacts and traditional features creating an idyllic haven.

One, two and three bedroom fully self-contained apartments, each with stunning decor, authentic ornaments and spacious balconies with 180 degrees views with Whitsunday Passage to Hayman Island.

The resort features the Poolside Restaurant, undercover parking, tour desk and gymnasium. Thatch-covered bures surround the three pools.

The style, sophistication and elegance makes Water’s Edge Resort the ultimate choice for a first class holiday.

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Two Bedroom

Three Bedroom


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