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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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Stinger net removed

Stinger net saved

WHITSUNDAY Regional Council has reversed its decision to lose the Cannonvale Beach stinger net after receiving a petition signed by 2327 people determined to see the net retained. The petition was presented at Tuesday's Council meeting by local resident Sabrina Mitchell who … read on
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Botanica named best venue

A WHITSUNDAY wedding venue has been named Queenland's best ceremony location. Villa Botancia was voted number one at the 16th Queensland Annual Bridal Industry Awards (ABIA). The ABIA are much sought-after awards for Australian wedding suppliers as they are determined … read on
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Race Week founder is honoured at 25th event

TWENTY-FIVE years ago, Airlie Beach Race Week was little more than a three-race series run by the Whitsunday Sailing Club. Current club commodore Jim Hayes, who was also the commodore back in 1989, was looking for someone to sponsor the series and got chatting to Hogs … read on
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Hopes up for transparency on dredging near reef

WHITSUNDAY tourism operators were keen for last night's Four Corners program to end some of the confusion over the debate surrounding proposed dredging at Abbot Point and dumping of spoil adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef. Airlie Beach sailing operators Al Grundy, of … read on
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