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The Weather in Airlie Beach
Above is a climate diagram for Airlie Beach. On average, the warmest month is January. In contrast, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is January.
Skydive over tropical seaside near your Airlie Beach holiday accommodation
Powdery sand, aqua ocean perfect for scuba diving, and Conway National Park's waterfalls and rainforest await your at your holiday accommodation in spectacular Airlie Beach, Australia.
At Fish D'vine and the Rum Bar, you can dine al fresco on fresh seafood and choose from more than 500 types of rum from around the world. Meanwhile, Denman Cellars Beer Café offers up a choice of nearly a thousand beers and ciders.
Alternatively, watch the boats gliding across the glittering water at Whitsunday Sailing Club, or relax on the beachfront at Shipwrecked Seafood Bar and Grill. Clipper Restaurant Bar and Lounge is another local favourite and often considered one of Arlie's best restaurants.
Sailing and swimming
The Whitsunday Islands’ rich maritime history practically demands you try your hand at sailing while here. Airlie Beach offers you every conceivable option, from yachts to dinghys. Join a course at Learn to Sail Whitsundays – there's nothing more relaxing than flying across the crystalline water, and sailing is a valuable skill for the travel-minded.
Afterwards, you can relax in the lagoon’s warm water, the kid's pool, or a five-star resort pool. There's plenty of shade, created by the shivering palms that surround the beach. Grab your snorkel and plunge into the fascinating underwater world.
Aviation and wallabies
Fly by seaplane to Whitehaven Beach, which may have the whitest sand in the world. Aviation also lets you appreciate the miraculous Heart Reef, and naturally, the Great Barrier Reef, which is visible from space. For those in search of an adrenaline hit, tandem skydives are run by experts at Skydive Airlie Beach.
Conway National Park sprawls before you, just minutes from your holiday cottage. Follow its many walking trails through verdant rainforest, past rushing waterfalls. The Coastal Fringe Circuit mountain bike trail, though unchallenging, offers stunning views and even the possibility of rare Proserpine rock-wallaby sightings.
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