at Blue Horizon Resort creates the perfect setting for your Airlie Beach Whitsunday holiday.
Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a family friendly destination, or somewhere to mix work with pleasure at Blue Horizon Resort can cater for all tastes.
The resort’s modern, Balinese inspired apartments offer spacious balconies with views over the Coral Sea. With an emphasis on comfort and warm friendly service at Blue Horizon Resort is your home away from home.
With the beautiful Whitsunday weather you can choose to relax in the heated spa, rise early to take advantage of the fully equipped gymnasium or relax by the poolside café. The toddler wading pool and play room helps to keep little ones occupied while the Horizon heated swimming pool provides year round fun for all. Our onsite tour desk will assist you to choose the perfect activity to make your Whitsunday experience a memorable one, from a romantic secluded island beach picnic to a thrill seeking parachute jump our dedicated team can make it happen.
at Blue Horizon Resort is the perfect spot for small to medium sized conferences, boasting a large, modern, dedicated conference room with state of the art audio visual equipment, broadband internet access, and versatile choice of room configurations at Blue Horizon Resort presents itself as a resort focused on driving business results.
at Blue Horizon Resort, located a short walk from Airlie Beach village is the ideal base for your Airlie Beach Whitsunday escape.
Getting There / Airport Transfers
From Melbourne with Jetstar or Virgin Blue
Melbourne->Brisbane->Whitsunday Coast or
Melbourne->Hamilton Island->Ferry to Airlie Beach
From Sydney with Jetstar or Virgin Blue
Sydney->Brisbane->Whitsunday Coast or
Sydney->Hamilton Island->Ferry to Airlie Beach
From Brisbane with Jetstar or Virgin Blue
Brisbane->Whitsunday Coast or
Brisbane->Hamilton Island->Ferry to Airlie Beach
Please call the hotel directly to arrange Airport Transfers
Whitsunday Coast->Blue Horizon $20 per person each way
Hamilton Island->Blue Horizon $50 per person each way Ferry - 60mins
Things To Do
Contact our tour desk for more details
Whitsundays Must See & Do Highlights
Cruise to the Great Barrier Reef, let your feet sink into the silica white sand of Whitehaven Beach, Relax by the Airlie Beach Lagoon, learn to scuba dive at some of the best reefs in the world, including the Stepping Stones and the Cathedrals Snorkel among some 1500 species of fish and 400 types of coral, fly over Heart Reef for a bird?s-eye view of this amazing icon, hike to the lookout at Hill Inlet Whitehaven Beach for stunning views of Whitsunday Island, catch a seaplane or helicopter to a private beach for a picnic to remember, go whale watching or crocodile spotting, enjoy great food and wine on the Airlie Beach Esplanade, hike through a National Forest on the Whitsundays Great Walk or watch the sun set over the 74 Islands
Discover nature on the Whitsundays Great Walk, Soak up the sun, cool off and make new friends at Airlie Beach Lagoon, go shopping at the weekend markets or peruse the Whitsundays many boutiques, enjoy a bite to eat or a tropical smoothie along the Esplanade, get fit and take in the views on the coastal boardwalk from Airlie Beach to Cannonvale Beach or get pampered and relax at a day spa
Catch a monster Barramundi at Peter Faust Dam permit required, enjoy some country hospitality at a local pub, watch the night sky light up during the pre-harvest cane fires, take a sugar tour at the Proserpine Sugar Mill, spot an estuarine crocodile on the Proserpine River, and take a step back in time at the Proserpine Historical Museum
Enjoy the tranquil scenery of Dingo Beach while sun baking or beach combing, Overlook the beautiful Whitsundays Islands whilst enjoying a picnic lunch, deep sea fishing around Mt. Gregory and Gloucester Island, Tennis on Hydeaway Bay, water sports and dinghy hire from Dingo Beach
Walk or laze about the beautiful beaches of Bowen, taste the tropical delights of a Bowen mango, explore the pristine fringing reefs off Horseshoe Bay, play a round of golf in the sea breeze, try your hand at ocean fishing, head inland to the old mining area of Collinsville and the Coal Face Experience museum, take in the full panorama of Bowen, the Islands and countryside from a hill-top vantage point, be amazed by the live fish display at Bowen Harbour with fish ready for export, visit Muller'?s Lagoon, 23.57 hectares of picturesque parkland in the centre of town, with superb botanical gardens and wetlands habitat
Contact our tour desk for more details