Airlie Beach is a picturesque coastal town in North Queensland that attracts travellers from all round Australia and overseas. So, to cater for a variety of people, it also provides a variety of accommodation to suit every visitor’s budget and style.
Airlie Beach is a backpacker’s haven where you can stay on the waterfront in a dormitory room and experience all the fun of travelling with friends, for as little as $20 a night. Or, if you love the outdoors, camping in the national park might be just the thing. For a very low cost, you can choose from beach camping grounds or national park.
For those who prefer a soft bed and a kitchen with amenities, the options are almost endless. Bed and breakfast accommodation will get you a neat, comfortable room and, often, a home-cooked breakfast made as well. Or try the popular Organic Bed and Breakfast, where you will be pampered with organic massages and relaxed by rainforest surroundings.
Alternatively, choose from a host of Airlie Beach hotels and resorts, many of which cater for families and children. The famous Club Crocodile at Airlie Beach is the perfect place to unwind before setting off to explore the islands or the Great Barrier Reef. Spas and pools, sporting facilities and child-minding services are all provided at the resort.
For longer stays, or just somewhere more like home, check out the range of holiday homes and apartments for lease in Airlie Beach. All homes and units are well-maintained and perfectly situated among shops, pubs and bars and Airlie Beach nightlife.