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  • Coastal connections: a new walking track for the towns of Cape Gloucester

    Whitsunday Regional Council have commenced an approval process with the Queensland Government to construct a walking track between the coastal towns of Dingo Beach and Hydeaway Bay. The track would initially be an earth walking track, with the possibility of converting it to a sealed path which could be used … Read more

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  • Airlie Beach Festival of Music Line-Up Has X-Factor!

    Airlie Beach Festival of Music Line-Up Has X-Factor! Having last visited The Whitsundays “way too long ago”, Bassingthwaighte cannot wait. “We’ve been talking about it forever we’ll be bringing the kids, so lots of family outdoor fun,” she said. “It’s been such a strange time for everyone these past … Read more

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  • Weekly Economics Update with Nerida Consibee

    Investor lending is now at record highs House price growth is clearly slowing but at this stage, this doesn’t seem to be deterring investors. Investor lending activity, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), continues to rise and is now at an all time high nationally. Investor activity dipped … Read more

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  • Weekly Economics Update with Nerida Conisbee

    Where have all the properties for sale gone? Now is a much better time to be a buyer than last year. The market is no longer moving so quickly and in some places, prices are starting to fall. Last year was the year for sellers, now conditions are more in … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update with Nerida Conisbee

    Green energy will require more of Australia’s mineral resources – here are the areas set to benefit. Green energy doesn’t require coal or oil but it does require a lot of other minerals. If the world embarks on a course to become carbon-neutral by 2050, that will mean high demand … Read more

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  • Domestic Visitors Make A Splash In The Heart Of The Great Barrier Reef

    The Whitsundays welcomed a record 791,000 domestic visitors to the region in the year up to December 2021, with overnight visitor expenditure up 82.8 per cent from 2019, another record according to the National Visitor Survey (NVS). Tourism Whitsundays Chief Executive Officer, Rick Hamilton said The Whitsundays has delivered very … Read more

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  • People Power!

    Airlie Beach Festival Of Music Wins ‘People’s Choice’ Festival Of The Year At Queensland Music Awards The people have spoken – Airlie Beach Festival of Music is officially Queensland’s favourite ‘Festival of the Year’. Now in its 10th year, the festival was crowned ‘People’s Choice’ Festival of the Year at … Read more

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  • The Budget – By Nerida Conisbee

    With the costs of living soaring, it was not surprising that this year’s budget focussed on costs of living – fuel excises, cash handouts and childcare are all getting a look in. And with house prices having risen by over 30 per cent since the start of the pandemic, it … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update with Nerida Conisbee

    Housing affordability takes centre stage Homes are expensive to buy and have become more expensive over time. Whereas the average home in Sydney cost five times the average household income in the 1980s, the multiple has now risen to fifteen times. Interest rates are substantially lower now than they were … Read more

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  • History Stands Tall At The New Proserpine Cenotaph

    Today marked a momentous occasion as the new Proserpine Cenotaph was officially opened. The previous war memorial sat in the construction zone for the new Proserpine Entertainment Centre (PEC) which needed rebuilding after Cyclone Debbie. Albeit through unfortunate circumstances, the demolition and reconstruction of the PEC created the perfect opportunity … Read more

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