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WRF ROAD AND CAR PARK CLOSURE INFORMATION

By Ray White Whitsunday

  • Central Airlie Beach lagoon car park will be closed on Thurs 2nd until 6pm Sunday 5thAugust
  • Main Street Airlie Beach will be closed between XBase and the bottom roundabout between 6:00am and 7:00pm Sat August 4thfor car show, street parade and running event. Please use loop road detour
  • Further closures will be in place between 3:00pm and 6:00pm Sat August 4thto facilitate the street parade including closure of Coconut Grove, Airlie Esplanade and Broadwater Ave
  • Main Street XBase and Airlie Central bus stops and Coconut Grove Airlie Beach Hotel and Port of Airlie bus stops will be closed between 6:00am and 7:00pm Sat August 4. Alternate bus stops will be in operation during these times both directions on upper Waterson Way as well as outside Mangrove Jacks and Dominos Pizza
  • Main Street taxi rank will be closed between 6:00am and 7:00pm Saturday August 4 and relocated to temporary rank on lower Main Street outside Sushi Hi

For enquiries regarding access to businesses or properties on Saturday please call 0410 053 378 or 0418 155 542

NOISE IMPACTS

  • Fireworks – Friday Aug 3, 8pm
  • Foreshore Stage operating 10:00am – 10:00pm Fri & Sat and Sun

Noise related concerns please call 0418 797 039

For further information go to our website or facebook page. Thanks for your cooperation and we hope to see you at the festival!

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