Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Family Travel -

This multi-award-win­ning des­ti­na­tion is hugely pop­u­lar with fam­i­lies as it caters for kids of all ages. You have the op­tion to choose from a wide range of af­ford­able ac­com­mo­da­tion op­tions, from camp­ing to lux­u­ri­ous three-bed­room con­dos. There’s also plenty for kids to see and do, and the ma­jor­ity of ac­tiv­i­ties on of­fer are free. The re­sort boasts a 32m pool – the largest in Airlie Beach – ten­nis court, an­i­mal park, ad­ven­ture play­ground and two jump­ing pil­lows.

If you want a break from the lit­tlies, the re­sort of­fers Tod­dler Time ses­sions for kids aged 18 months to five years, and a Kids Club for chil­dren aged four to 12 years. The kids will have a blast mak­ing new friends and en­joy­ing games and arts and crafts ses­sions in a safe en­vi­ron­ment, while mum and dad re­lax by the pool.

There’s so much to do you prob­a­bly won’t even need to leave the re­sort, but if you do feel like a change of scene, you can ex­plore Airlie Beach, which has more than 50 cafes, bars and restau­rants to choose from, as well as weekly mar­kets and self-drive tours in the sur­round­ing rain­forests and beaches. And of course, the Great Bar­rier Reef, Whit­sun­day Is­lands and beau­ti­ful White­haven Beach are just a short trip away.

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Two-bed­room lux­ury cot­tages start from $195 per night. Visit­ven­turewhit­sun­ for a range of spe­cials and pack­ages.

An ac­tive fam­ily break

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