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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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Labor leader in Airlie

Labor leader in Airlie on campaign trail

TOURISM was the focus of announcements made by Leader of the Opposition Annastacia Palaszczuk during a visit to Airlie Beach yesterday. At a press conference on the foreshore near the lagoon, Ms Palaszczuk pledged $10 million a year over the next four years for the State … read on
Resort revamp


THE Whitsundays' Breakfree Long Island Resort is about to close ahead of a major re-vamp. The resort, owned by Ocean Hotels and Tourism since 1995, is set to undergo a substantial upgrade of existing facilities during 2015, with a tentative re-opening date set for some time … read on


WHITSUNDAY Regional Council has accepted a $2.5 million tender for the sale of vacant land on Waterson Way, to be transformed into a $300million Chinatown development in the heart of Airlie Beach. Mayor Jennifer Whitney said the successful tender proposal was for a … read on
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