New vision for Beach Plaza
BEACH Plaza on the Airlie Esplanade is currently undergoing a revitalisation in order to become the next closest in-town venue to the Port of Airlie.
The owners see the Airlie Esplanade as the ‘Champs Elysees of Airlie Beach’ and want to take that vision and build on it.
They say when you stroll down the esplanade you are transformed to something you’d see in Paris but with pristine views of beaches and sunsets.
Beach Plaza currently prides itself on each restaurant offering warm, friendly and respectable service with alfresco dining.
This is achieved by assuring the restaurant’s management is constantly involved and interactive, not buried away in an office.
The owners believe Beach Plaza offers the largest menu under one roof.
Currently hosting over five different restaurants, cafes and bars, part of the revitalisation will be to bring in even more diverse dining options. Extended culinary is just one small part of this major revamp with Beach Plaza set to get a conference and business centre with many other surprises in store.
The idea is for the plaza to be a multi-purpose venue just a stone’s throw away from the Main Street and Port of Airlie.
With ensuite hotel-style accommodation at budget prices, the owners would also like to steer people away from the assumption that Airlie Waterfront, which operates within Beach Plaza, is just a backpackers.
They believe that whether you’re paying $200 a night or $25, they want everyone to feel welcomed to the Whitsundays with quality accommodation.
EXCITED: Chevez Keys and Leni Fries from La Tabella look forward to the future of Beach Plaza.