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Bi­cen­ten­nial board walk

FOR all the early birds out there, the 3.7km bi­cen­ten­nial board walk is per­fect to get the adren­a­line pump­ing in the morn­ing.

The walk stretches from the park lands at Can­non­vale Beach all the way to the la­goon precinct and has a gor­geous view of the morn­ing sunrise.

Air­lie Beach Markets

EV­ERY Saturday morn­ing the Air­lie Beach fore­shore is buzzing with stall hold­ers, tourists and lo­cals check­ing out the markets.

With live mu­sic, food and plenty of stalls to check out, the markets are the per­fect set­ting to kick off your week­end.

Whit­sun­day Great Walk

PUT on your walk­ing shoes and warm up for the Con­way Cir­cuit, oth­er­wise known as Whit­sun­day Great Walk.

The 28km cir­cuit takes you through Con­way State For­est, start­ing at Brandy Creek and fin­ish­ing in Air­lie Beach.

There’s plenty of gor­geous scenery to en­joy.

Air­lie Beach la­goon

WHEN you’re hot and both­ered and want­ing a swim with­out the worry of get­ting stung, the Air­lie Beach la­goon is the way to go.

It’s the ideal spot to lay in the sun, en­joy the views and cool off all while be­ing in walk­ing dis­tance to nearby restau­rants.

Dis­cover hid­den beaches

WHITEHAVEN may have been voted the best beach in Aus­tralia but the Whit­sun­days is also home to beau­ti­ful beaches off the main­land.

Ven­ture out and dis­cover lesser-known beaches, in­clud­ing Boathaven Beach and Dingo Beach.

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