Airlie Beach Weather In May

May is one of our glamour months with blue skies, warm days, coolish nights, clear water and hardly any rain.  Autumn is generally a great time of year to visit the far north and here is why. Temperature In May, Airlie Beach and The Whitsundays are absolutely spectacular more often than not.  The wet season is well and truly gone…

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Airlie Beach Weather In April

April is when our weather here really gets ‘turned on’.  The rain from the wet season is more or less gone and the temperature starts to drop.  The biggest benefit is the humidity dropping which means less sweat. Temperature In April, Airlie Beach and The Whitsundays are the picture-perfect brochure worthy days we all love so much.  The end of…

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Airlie Beach Weather In March

March is the tail end of the wet season in Airlie Beach and The Whitsundays.  This means that it may still rain at night, like January and February, though it is clearing up. Temperature In March, Airlie Beach and The Whitsundays the tropical destination that dreams are made of.  With daytime temperatures around 30 degrees and more often than not,…

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Airlie Beach Weather In February

February is right in the middle of the wet season in Airlie Beach.  Which naturally means that it will be wet.  Though certainly not all the time, most of our rain happens at night. Temperature In February, Airlie Beach and The Whitsundays will be a hot tropical destination that hovers around 30 degrees celsius. Heatwaves and monsoonal rain come and…

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Airlie Beach Weather In January

January is the wet season in Airlie Beach which means we can get 5 seasons in one day.  Yes, I said 5, the fifth season is what is commonly known as a cyclone. Temperature In January, Airlie Beach will generally hover around 30 degrees Celsius in the day and drop to 25 degrees at night.   This is why air…

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Cyclone History – Airlie Beach and The Whitsundays

While Debbie was by far the most destructive and devastating for all of us here, it’s important not to forget the cyclones that came before.  Below the list is a track map of all the cyclones that passed Airlie Beach within 100km. ADA - 1970 GERTIE - 1971  VERA - 1974 DAWN - 1976 OTTO - 1977 GORDON - 1979…

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Is Airlie Beach a good place to live?

Yes, Airlie Beach is a good place to live.  Most people here would say it’s the best place to live and here is why. Community Everyone in Airlie Beach is generally happy and friendly.  It’s the kind of place that passing someone on a footpath is usually accompanied by a friendly ‘hello’.  This is mostly because the majority of people…

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COVID-19 UPDATE

Red Cat Adventures: Covid-19 Dear valued travel agents and all guests, We are so pleased to be able to commence our award-winning tours due to the Australian Government restrictions being lifted June 2020. We have been working hard on making sure every single passenger or…

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Double win at 2019 Australian Tourism Awards  

Red Cat Adventures brings home the gold Asher and Julie Telford could never have imagined ‘the cat was in the bag’ when they walked into the 2019 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Canberra on Friday night.At the end of the ceremony their Whitsunday business, Red…

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AUSTRALIAN TOURISM AWARDS WINNERS 2020

WHITSUNDAYS BRINGS HOME GOLD AT THE AUSTRALIAN TOURISM AWARDS Red Cat Adventures brings home Gold and Silver!. It was the Australian tourism industry’s night of nights, and The Whitsundays was front and centre of the celebrations at the 2020 Australian Tourism Awards in Canberra last…

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