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Cruise Whitsundays Island Resort Connections

Phone: 1800 426 403

Description

Cruise Whitsundays operates 'Resort Connections' an island resort transfer service in the Whitsundays. This service connects Great Barrier Reef Airport at Hamilton Island to Daydream Island Resort and Spa, and Airlie Beach.

It also connects Whitsunday Coast Airport at Proserpine through to Daydream Island and Hamilton Island, as well as providing a service between the islands and the mainland.

The service provides a seamless, hassle free and fast connection for arriving and departing guests with modern, purpose built vessels.

The vessels are decked with comforts including air conditioning, plasma screens to provide information on the resorts and area, a bar serving real coffee and a full range of drinks and snacks. Hmmm... decisions, do you have a cappuccino or rum and coke?

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

TripAdvisor Ranking

Ranked #58 of 122 Places to Eat in Airlie Beach

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"Excellent"
rated by 36 travellers

"Very good"
rated by 42 travellers

"Average"
rated by 30 travellers

"Poor"
rated by 19 travellers

"Terrible"
rated by 20 travellers

"Delicious!"

4/5 Very good Reviewed 22 days ago

"We found this place as we were staying in the apartment above it and the smells wafting up to our balcony were enticing! Entering the restaurant we were offered indoor or outdoor dining and we chose..." more »

Strat4ds, Mackay, Australia

"Huge portions"

5/5 Excellent Reviewed 3 months ago

"Nice place - short walk from peppers. The portions are larger than you think. Would absolutely go back." more »

jayc00mbs, Gold Coast, Australia

"Home Delivery"

4/5 Very good Reviewed 4 months ago

"We recently enjoyed a number of dishes from this restaurant home delivered to Cannon Valley. The food arrived in a reasonable timeframe (circa 40 minutes from ordering) and was plentiful and tasty..." more »

Ron W, Brisbane, Australia

24 The Cove Road, Airlie Beach, Queensland 4802 Australia