With three magical days of local and nationally renowned musicians playing around the fun-loving, tropical resort town of Airlie Beach and on the main stage at the massive marquee on the waters of the Coral Sea at the Whitsunday Sailing Club, festival goers are guaranteed an enjoyable, entertaining, value for money experience.
Whitsundays Marketing and Development Limited Executive Director Jeff Aquilina said if you love live music and you are looking to get out of the city with some friends for a few days, the Airlie Beach Festival of Music gives you a great reason to escape. “Many people stay an extra couple of days to enjoy the stunning location, check into a resort, get out on the water and have a sensational mini-break before the end of the year.”
Airlie Beach offers a change of pace, tropical holiday destination with sunny days and an average temperature range 20-30C in November. Based on the mainland coast of Queensland, 1000kms north of Brisbane, the local Whitsunday Coast airport is serviced by Tigerair, Jetstar and Virgin with direct flights from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Tigerair also flies direct from Melbourne to Mackay and transfers are available from airports to all accommodation.
Visitors can stay in a wide range of quality accommodation from budget to luxury and more information on accommodation and tours is available online at www.tourismwhitsundays.com.au.
Entry to each venue will be subject to venue capacity on the day.
More info http://airliebeachfestivalofmusic.com.au/
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