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Cactus Jacks at the Airlie Beach Hotel
Airlie Beach
Cactus Jacks at the Airlie Beach Hotel is the best value eating and drinking in town! Tex-Mex Style!
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Capers at the Beach Bar and Grill, Airlie Beach Hotel
Airlie Beach
Capers at the Beach Bar and Grill is an oasis of fabulous food and fine wine in a chic setting by the Airlie Beachfront. The food is innovative and exciting, with house specialities including TAPAS, Localvore (special menu dedicated to serving 100 per cent sourced and grown produce) and local seafood. An extensive wine cellar and bar selection is available to compliment all food choices. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffees in-between, seven days per week.
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Clipper Lounge Bar and Grill
Airlie Beach
Positioned on the absolute ocean front the Coral Sea Resort's, Clipper Lounge Bar and Grill boasts the best dining position in Airlie Beach.
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Deja Vu Restaurant
Airlie Beach
Deja Vu is a boutique restaurant that offers tropical seaview dining over Airlie Beach and the azure Whitsunday Islands. Located at the base of Airlie's most famous hillside accommodation strip, Golden Orchid Drive, the restaurant is only a 100 metre walk from the main street of Airlie Beach.
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Mangrove Jacks, Airlie Beach Hotel
Airlie Beach
Mangrove Jacks Caf
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Proserpine Historical Museum
Proserpine
Visit the Historical Proserpine Museum, where you can learn about the interesting history of this sugar cane and cattle town. The establishment of a permanent museum in the Whitsunday region was a major initiative with strong support throughout the whole community. The facility is a multi-purpose venue, which houses the museum collection, and offers the opportunity for genealogical and extensive local history research. It affords educational benefits to locals and visitors alike has been embraced as a cultural centre for local arts and crafts, book fairs and travelling exhibitions. The museum bridges the decades since Federation with historical, thought-provoking displays that showcase the most significant achievements of the region during the last century.
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The Coffee Club Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach
Located in Airlie Beach's newest Marina resort, The Coffee Club at Airlie Beach is open seven days a week, 365 days a year. The fully licensed, extended hour, Cafe Bar Restaurant offers full table service and an extended menu with
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Tides Restaurant and Bar
Airlie Beach
Tides Restaurant and Bar boasts a magnificent view of the Coral Sea and Whitsunday islands, setting the perfect atmosphere for indulging in exceptional food and wine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, Executive Chef, Greg Devine offers an a la carte menu of fresh local products with a modern twist served with Peppers signature style and uncompromising service. Tides signature dishes including the Four Tastes of the Sea and Black Angus beef fillet with exotic mushroom crust are a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike and are highly recommended.
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