Whitsundays, Queensland

Coral Sea Marina Resort is located in the heart of Airlie Beach, and is perfectly situated as the gateway to the Whitsundays, one of Australia’s most prestigious and world-renowned tourism destination. With direct access to the 74 Whitsunday islands and the Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea Marina Resort called the Whitsundays home.

Coral Sea Marina Resort is perfectly located overlooking the marina, the azure waters of the Coral Sea and the Whitsunday islands.

The Whitsundays is situated at the same latitude as Fiji or Tahiti, so you can expect the same tropical, relaxed vibe when visiting the region, without the long travel times. For an authentic tropical destination wedding or conference, in a thriving mainland tourism hub with access to 74 tropical islands, the Whitsunday coast is the perfect choice for any event or holiday.

Getting Here

Situated on Queensland’s central coats, approximately 1120km from Brisbane and 630km south of Cairns, the Whitsundays comprises of 74 magnificent tropical islands, three with operational resorts and the adjacent mainland coast is centred around the tourist hub if Airlie Beach.

Whitsunday Coast Airport (PPP)

Whitsunday Coast Airport is located in Proserpine, approximately 30 minutes to Airlie Beach. The airport is serviced by Virgin, TigerAir and Jetstar offering daily flights from Brisbane and Sydney with direct connecting flights from Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.

Buses and taxis meet every flight to transfer guests to Airlie Beach and to ferries connecting to the island resorts. Car and limousine hire is also available at the airport. We can recommend some quality transfer providers, so please get in contact with the Coral Sea Weddings & Events team for more information.

Great Barrier Reef Airport (HTI)

Located on Hamilton Island, the airport is serviced by Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Qantas Link with daily flights from Cairns, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and connection points beyond. Cruise Whitsundays operates ferries from Hamilton Island to transfer passengers to Airlie Beach.