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Reef Festival Road Closures To Start

By Mark Beale

The Whitsunday Reef Festival will see a number of roads close in Airlie Beach over the coming week.

Thursday, August 4

Main Street west-bound lane closed from 5am.

Friday, August 5

Main Street closed between the eastern side of Fun Rentals to the bottom Main Street roundabout from 3pm.

Saturday, August 6

Main Street closed between the top roundabout and the roundabouts and through to the market area, including Coconut Grove from 3pm. Broadwater Ave will also be closed to the lagoon carpark.

Broadwater Ave, Airlie Esp and Coconut Gr will reopen at 5pm, with Main Street to remain closed. The Main Street east-bound lane will reopen at midnight.

Sunday, August 7

Main Street will reopen from 6pm.

Car park closures

The Airlie Beach lagoon car park will be closed from midnight on Wednesday, August 3, to 6pm on Sunday, August 7.

Bus stop relocations

The west-bound bus stops outside X-Base and Airlie Beach Hotel will be closed from Thursday, August 4, at 5am until Sunday, August 7, at 6pm.

The alternative stops are on the corner of Begley St on Waterson Way and outside Domino’s Pizza.

The east-bound stops outside Mama Africa and opposite Airlie Beach Hotel will be closed from Friday, August 5, at 3pm until Saturday, August 6, at midnight.

The alternative stops are on Waterson Way opposite Begley St and outside Mangrove Jacks

Taxi rank relocations

Airlie central taxi rank will be closed from Friday, August 5, at 3pm until Saturday, August 6, at midnight. The alternative rank is on Waterson Way outside Sushi Hi.

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