Airlie Beach LagoonCurrently Open
- Address: Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach, Queensland 4802, Australia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Water Body, Play Ground, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Water Sport, Picnic Spot
Airlie Beach Lagoon - Review
The most popular attraction in Airlie Beach is the manmade lagoon in the heart of the town. The local council, to resolve the problem posed by box jellyfish and other marine stingers in the water that prevented swimming, created it as a safe swimming zone. The lagoon is surrounded by ideal spots for sunbathing, a children’s play area and pool, shaded picnic spots and a sandy stinger-free beach. With no admission fee and open to public 24 hours a day, the lagoon is ideal for a day of fun and relaxation.
Airlie Beach Lagoon is one of the most popular attractions in Airlie beach and there’s no way that you can miss visiting here, during your trip to this Australian resort town. As tourists across the globe flock here in huge numbers, to witness the extravagance of this attraction, it is necessary to book the the Airlie Beach Lagoon tour tickets, well in advance. While the tickets for Airlie Beach Lagoon are free of charge, still you can get the Airlie Beach Lagoon tour tickets. Still have questions? Don’t worry and go through our tickets section and get the detailed Airlie Beach Lagoon Tour tickets.
Airlie Beach Lagoon Information
- The area is a non-alcohol and no smoking environment.
- Amenities include nine toilets and two showers, a handicapped toilet and infant change room, three change rooms and men's urinal.
Airlie Beach Lagoon Opening and Closing Hours
- Lifeguards: 9.00 am to 7.00 pm during winter; 8.00 am to 9.00 pm during summer.
How To reach Airlie Beach Lagoon by Public Transport
- Waterson Way is the nearest Bus Stop.
Restaurants Near Airlie Beach Lagoon
- Mai Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant
- Hog’s Breath Cafe
- Mr. Bones
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Things to Know Before Visiting Airlie Beach Lagoon
95% of people who visit Airlie Beach include Airlie Beach Lagoon in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
64.32% of people start their Airlie Beach Lagoon visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Airlie Beach Lagoon
79.8% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Airlie Beach Lagoon
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Airlie Beach Lagoon, Airlie Beach Reviews
Excellent free public swimming area. Clean water and plenty big enough for a decent swim. Lots of room in shallows for kids. Some shade but could do with some more. Limited change facilities but otherwise an excellent facility.
This is a must go!! We enjoyed the lagoon and almost visited this everyday during our stay in Airlie.. The water is clean and warm!! Though it is a public lagoon it is not crowded and is obviously super amazing!!
A terrific (free) and fun day out for everyone! With the sun shining and the music blaring (the radio from the nearby megaphones council has set up tuned to Star 101.9), it’s a much safer alternative to swimming in Airlie Beach itself
Great place! So beautiful. If you want to hang out and have a swim, this is the place.
AIRLIE LAGOON – Fun for all the family – backpackers too After we had completed a nearby 5km boardwalk trail, we stopped here for a few hours to have a swim and rest. There are plenty of clean toilets, changing rooms, showers and seating, together with picnic tables and BBQ’s. There is a children’s lagoon with shaded canopy area, and play park. There is a larger pool with varying depths, which go under a small bridge. There are also separate swim lanes running down the middle, all watched over by several lifeguards. This is all surrounded with cast concrete which makes it look like a beach and then bordered by lots of grass, right beside the sea. We had a great three or four hours swimming and reading books that afternoon and didn’t even feel out of place as it gradually topped up with more and more young people.
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