Campervan Hire in Airlie Beach

The town of Airlie Beach lies in the Queensland region of New Zealand. If you drive to Airlie Beach in your rented campervan, you’ll be able to travel to plenty of nearby towns, as the town is just 25 km from Proserpine,and 151 km from Mackay. With a population of 2,751 residents, you wont feel too crowded when you stay at Airlie Beach and you’ll still find plenty of things to do.

Your Airlie Beach Campervan Adventure

When you come to stay in Airlie Beach in your hired motorhome, you’ll be able to find plenty f great campsites to stay in. My Campervan™ can help you to find the best places to stay you’re your visit. We have some affordable and comfortable places to stay such as the Conway Beach Tourist Park, Seabreeze Tourist Park, BIG4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort, Airlie Cove Resort, Island Gateway Holiday Park, Nomads Airlie Beach and the Flametree Tourist Village amongst many others. Our search feature is perfect for choosing the best sites based on your criteria for your stay.

There are many reasons why you should take a campervan rental around Australia and indeed Airlie Beach. You not only have access to your own transport 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, but you also have all the convenience of a mobile home too. You can eat, sleep, relax and stay groomed when you are travelling in a campervan.

It’s not only you and your family that your rented campervan will keep safe either. You won’t need to keep packing and unpacking your possessions, or worrying about things being moved or damaged by hotel staff. You can use the cupboards and other storage space in the campervan to store all your things.

Things to do Near Airlie Beach, in your Hired Campervan

When you come to Airlie Beach, you’ll find all kinds of interesting things to do to keep you entertained during your stay.

You can spend a great day of relaxation without paying for anything at the Arlie Beach Lagoon, or pamper yourself with a massage or body wraps at Arlie Day Spa and Hai Studio.

Take pictures with friends or family and enjoy spectacular sights at Hill Inlet then enjoy a sumptuous meal or a picnic at while enjoying the view of white sand and clear water at the White Haven Picnic Adventure.

You can take a relaxing stroll in the thousand years old rainforest and get a view of fantastic flora and fauna.
There are plenty of other things to do too, like paying a visit to The Beautiful Hamilton Island, go to the Famous Whitehaven Beach, take a trip out to “Knuckle Reef Lagoon” orTandem Skydive on Airlie Beach.

If you’re in Airlie Beach for Whitsun, you can experience the 3-days Whitsunday Great Walk on Airlie Beachor experience a Scenic Flight on Whitsunday. You can also visit Airlie Beach Lagoon on Whitsunday.

The Shute Harbour Road is the main road that you can take in your rented campervan near Arlie Beach. This scenic road is approximately 10 kilometres from the Airlie Beach Township.

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Take Your Motorhome through Airlie Beach’s History

When you come to stay in Airlie Beach in your rented campervan, you can enjoy many different points of historical importance.

The first settlers on the mainland encountered problems and confrontation with the indigenous Australian Community known as the Ngaro people.

Captain James Cook was the first documented European to sight the Arlie Beach in 1970
On the 14th of August 1959 the town officially become known as Arlie Beach after protest from residents.It is believed that the town was named after the parish of Airlie, in Scotland, as the chairman of the former Proserpine Shire Council, who was born in nearby Montrose, Scotland, suggested the name. The official name was Airlie from 1936 until 1987, when it became Airlie Beach. The first land sale in the area was in January 1963

Airlie Beach is a tourist destination, extremely popular with backpackers. Its beach is small and the sea is inhabited by marine stingers, the box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) from November to May. The Airlie Beach Lagoon is 4,300 m2 and 4.5 million litres of fresh, self chlorinated water, which is popular amongst tourists.Airlie Beach is one of many departure points for the Great Barrier Reef.