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Ray White Whitsunday

The Whitsundays future has never looked brighter with the Galilee Basin mining boom right on our doorstep. The Whitsunday population is expected to increase in the next 3-5 years by at least 13,000 workers meaning the dynamics of renting or purchasing a property in the Airlie Beach, Cannonvale, Jubilee Pocket, Strathdickie, Sugarloaf, Riordanvale or Shute Harbour suburbs will change forever. With a very limited supply of land to develop in years to come central Airlie Beach will become even more “The Monaco of Australia” and a playground for … read on

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New structure plan for Airlie Beach

INCREASED building heights and relaxed parking provisions are just some of the recommendations of a new Airlie Beach Structure Plan, delivered to Whitsunday Regional Council this week. The plan, conducted by PLACE Design Group, in conjunction with Jones Lang LaSalle, … read on
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2014-15 to be best year ever at airport

Whitsunday Coast Airport is set to achieve its best year on record in the 2014-15 financial year with passenger numbers forecast to be between 270,000 and 280,000. For the 2014-15 financial year the airport is forecast to experience 10% growth, which will result in a total … read on
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Real estate agent named best in state

RAY White Whitsunday residential sales agent Steve Marks has punched well beyond his weight when it comes to sales figures for the month of July. At a monthly staff breakfast, held at the Village Deli last week, it was announced that Mr Marks ranked number one in Ray White … read on
VIP visit to AB


FOR the first time in its chairman's seven-year reign, the board of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) has come to Airlie Beach. Russell Reichelt, who is both chief executive of the organisation and chairman of its board, arrived in the Whitsundays on … read on

New tourism plan a game changer

THE BEST days for the Whitsundays lie ahead, according to Whitsundays Marketing and Development CEO Danial Rochford, who last week delivered a draft copy of the new Destination Tourism Plan (DTP) to Whitsunday Regional Council. The new tourism planning document will guide the … read on
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