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  • Whitsunday Coast Airport Lands New Airline Partner

    In a coup for Whitsunday Coast Airport (WCA) a new airline partner, Alliance Airlines, will be the first to resume flights to the Whitsundays post COVID-19 pandemic shutdown. Mayor Andrew Willcox said Alliance Airlines have agreed to commence return services Brisbane-WCA four times per week from June 22, utilising 100 … Read more

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  • $39 Flights To The Whitsundays With Jetstar Australia

    The good news just keeps coming for The Whitsundays in the tourism industry’s road to recovery. Jetstar Australia has just announced they are relaunching their route from Brisbane to the Whitsundays from the June 27 with three flights weekly arriving into the Whitsunday Coast Airport at an incredible relaunch price … Read more

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  • Funky New Eatery Opens Doors With A Flood Of Customers

    Hotdogs were walking out the door today as Dickie’s Dogs, in the Airlie Main Street, opened for its first day of trading. The bright new eatery is specialising in hotdogs but these aren’t just any hotdogs – you can have them any one of 15 delicious ways with an “around-the-world” … Read more

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  • Whitsunday Leaders Outline Steps To Economic Recovery

    The Whitsundays have been grappling with the effects of coronavirus for months as forced closures and the grounding of flights brought the economy to a grinding halt. However, as restrictions begin to ease, the light at the end of the tunnel is slowly beginning to appear. The Queensland government announced … Read more

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  • WHITE PAPER – APRIL 2020

    APRIL 2020 will likely go down in the history books as the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. A month in which New Zealand was in lockdown for nearly all of the month without permission to trade. Australia restrictions were less onerous, yet our members had to overcome customers’ perception … Read more

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  • Whitsunday Regional Council Appoints New Chief Executive Officer

    At the ordinary meeting in Collinsville today Whitsunday Regional Councillors voted to appoint experienced Queensland local government professional Rod Ferguson as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mayor Andrew Willcox said that Mr Ferguson was appointed following an extensive recruitment process that attracted over 50 high quality applications from across … Read more

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  • Whales Welcomed In Whitsundays Waters

    It’s that glorious time of year; the whales have arrived in the Whitsunday waters, as part of their annual migration journey north, with the first sighting yesterday. The baby humpback whale was sighted off the east coast of Whitsunday Island, the crew aboard Red Cat Adventures’ Thundercat were the lucky … Read more

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  • Jobs, Views, Tourists On Offer From Sky-High Development

    A potentially game-changing Airlie Beach project could soon be built and would not only create jobs and more tourism opportunities in the region, but would also undoubtedly provide one of the best views in the Whitsundays. The Whitsunday Skyway is a proposed cable-car project that would link the main street … Read more

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  • 15+ Huge Projects On The Table For The Whitsundays

    As the Whitsundays looks to the light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel, many are looking to the projects that could help the region fight its way to the other side. We have compiled a list of 16 projects in the Whitsundays which are ongoing, proposed or ready to … Read more

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