Top 5 things to do in Arlie Beach Australia
- The Great Barrier Reef – Arlie beach is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef one of the world’s most stunning wonders. The reef its self is half the size of the state of Texas and can be seen from outer space. The reef is made up of 2900 individual reefs and 600 continental islands and 300 coral keys. It really is a once in a lifetime experience that can not be missed!
- Whitsunday Islands – The Whitsunday Islands have much to offer and there are many companies that will do cruises around these beautiful islands giving you a look at the amazing marine life, corals and coves. The coffee industry flourished on these islands in the late 1880s and still to this day remains the number drink of choice among the locals. The Whitsunday Gold Coffee plantation is a great place to visit with its 86 acres of premium Arabica coffee.
- The Australian Heritage Tall ship – Handcrafted in 1946 this 90-foot topsail schooner is an amazing attraction to go and visit. Named the Derwent Hunter this ship was made out of some of the best shipbuilding timbers in the world. This beautiful ship is not only known for its eye-catching exterior but also its contribution to marine park research projects. It is a definite must-see in Arlie Beach.
- Pioneer Bay – Pioneer Bay is home to the rich and famous in Arlie beach. The multimillion-dollar mansions are to a luxurious dream for most. The area boasts some of the most beautiful native wildlife and even a shipwreck. The town is a sleepy town but the beaches offer a gateway into the water full of life and excitement which makes for a great day of swimming and snorkelling.
- Proserpine River & Crocodiles – The Proserpine River is an amazing unique eco-system that boasts wetlands and mangroves that place home to many species of birds and mammals. The most famous is the 150 estuarine crocodiles that the locals call ‘salties’. Go and have the genuine crocodile Dundee experience.