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  • Whitsunday Fishing Charter Business In Australia’s Top 7

    Renegade Fishing Charters in the Whitsundays has been ranked one of the best day trip operators in the country. The business, owned by Luke and Allira Griffiths, is listed among the nation’s top seven deep sea fishing experiences that feature on Tourism Australia’s website Australia.com. “To be categorised as one of … Read more

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  • Partners Send A Message: Visit The Whitsundays

    Partnerships are what makes all the difference. This is certainly the case when it comes to getting the message out that the Whitsundays is still paradise. In a great example of a partnership, Paradise Outdoor Advertising has approached Tourism Whitsundays, offering three free billboards with the message “We are open … Read more

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  • Return Flights From Only $1

    It’s hard to beat $33 flights to the Whitsundays. But today, Tigerair will also offer $1 return tickets on their Brisbane-Whitsunday and Whitsunday-Sydney flights. Between mid-July and mid-September 14,000 fares across Tigerair’s 22 domestic routes will become available with a $1 return flight from midday today until midday May 13 … Read more

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  • A Whitehaven Welcome For Whitsunday Visitors

    Peter Hearnshaw was one of the 151 people representing the tourism industry to lay his towel on the silica white sands of the iconic Whitehaven Beach yesterday morning. It was more than a pleasure trip for the owner of Airlie Beach Tourism, representatives of Ocean Rafting, Explore Whitsunday, Tourism Whitsunday, … Read more

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  • Music Fest Announces Big Names

    The big names keep on rolling in for the Airlie Beach Festival of Music, with the Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock the latest international act to be announced for this year’s edition. Joining the legendary punk rocker will be popular Australian dance group Sneaky Sound System and classic 90s rock group … Read more

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  • Superyacht Policy Change Possible

    Winding back superyacht regulations could be the key to unlocking the potential of the Whitsunday economy. The Queensland Government has received Superyacht Australia’s report on the Economic Impact of the Superyacht Sector on the Australian Economy and Treasurer Curtis Pitt said some good ideas were flagged. “The study reports that … Read more

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  • Whitehaven Remains Picture Perfect Spot

    Alyssia and Curtis Fisher had their hearts set on Whitehaven Beach as the perfect destination to tie the knot. Not even Cyclone Debbie stood in the way of their resolve with the iconic location looking as beautiful as ever on April 10, a week and a half after Debbie struck … Read more

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  • MSQ Makes Admission On Marine Industry’s Future

    A senior official from Maritime Safety Queensland admits there needs to be a fundamental shift in the way the maritime industry deals with severe weather events in north Queensland. General manager of MSQ Patrick Quirk made the comment when questioned about the plight of more than 80 vessels either left … Read more

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  • Good News At Hardy Reef

    Tourists can rest assured knowing Hardy Reef is still in good shape. Reef Safari divers inspected the iconic outer-reef destination in the aftermath of the cyclone and the snapshots tell a positive story about the state of marine life and coral in the area. The images attracted national attention as … Read more

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