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Ray White Whitsunday

We’re proudly the number one real estate business on the Whitsunday Coast, our team of over 40 professional staff are dedicated to providing exceptional service and outstanding results to everyone we do business with. The Whitsundays are set to shine, it’s never been a better time to invest or relocate to our beautiful region. Tourism and mining are back in positive growth, new developments and infrastructure upgrades are dotting our pristine coastline. To discover what’s new in the region and why you should choose us READ MORE Australia’s … read on

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Ray White Chairman Lives Up To The Legacy Of Leadership

Brian White will never forget the moment. The year was 1972, he had just turned 31, and his legendary father Alan called him into Ray White’s Brisbane office for a meeting. “He said he was remarrying after my mother died and wanted to do something else. The business by … read on

Opposition Deputy Demands More Infrastructure For Region

Infrastructure was the big talking point when Deputy Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington and Whitsunday MP Jason Costigan visited Airlie Beach this week. The LNP figures met with representatives from Tourism Whitsundays and the Whitssunday Coast Chamber of Commerce as part of … read on

Nets No Sure Bet With Irukandji

A 19-year old woman was rushed to Proserpine hospital after being stung by an irukandji jellyfish while swimming at Airlie Beach. The woman was taken to hospital by ambulance in a stable condition after being stung while swimming at about 1pm on Monday. She was released from … read on

Celebrating A Decade Of Service

A decade has passed with the Stokes family at the helm of Plants Whitsunday. From humble beginnings, the business has grown to fill the needs and desires of the town. Starting out with a wholesale plant nursery and small retail garden centre, the Stokes family poured … read on

Decision That Stalled Adani Deal Could Be Overturned

A court decision that froze 126 indigenous land-use agreements, including between Indian mining giant Adani and the Wangan and Jagalingou people, could be overturned next week. Attorney-General George Brandis yesterday announced plans to introduce amendments to the Native … read on

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