Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday ResortCurrently Open
- Address: 25-29 Shute Harbour Rd, Airlie Beach QLD 4802, Australia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +61-749485400
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Play Ground, Golf Course, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Resort, Games
Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort - Review
One of the most famous tourist resorts in the area, the Big 4 offers a smorgasbord of activities for all ages within the premises itself. The accommodations available fit every kind of budget and the options are camping, caravan parks, holiday cabins and condos. A great place for families with kids the resort boasts of plenty of open spaces, a large lagoon style pool with water slides, a Kids Club with play areas, 18 hole mini golf, full size tennis courts, a big outdoor movie screen, giant chessboard, basketball court and more.
Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort Information
- Advance booking required.
Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort Hours
- Check In: 2 pm; Check Out: 10 am.
How To reach Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort by Public Transport
- Bus Stop on Shute Harbour Road.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort
95% of people who visit Airlie Beach include Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
40.2% of people start their Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort
92.22% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort
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Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort, Airlie Beach Reviews
Kids loved this place for the amazing water park it's not far from the harbour and the shops. Has everything you could possibly need but the midgies from the little creek next door chomped us and made us want to move on. The staff are lovely but the reception staff are always busy booking tours so there's a bit of a wait if you need anything. Other than that fantastic park with a great camp kitchen
My Family and I stayed here was absolutely amazing in terms of the facilities, staff and presentation/layout of the resort. Our little cabin was lively for a family of 3. Only improvement I could suggest would be on site dinner catering 7 days a week not just one.
Was here for a conference on the weekend. Nice venue with attentive and helpful staff that set the displays and rooms up with minimum fuss. Colleagues that stayed here kept going on about how good the facilities were, especially for kids! Would definitely recommend as conference venue
Normally I would give this Big4 Park five stars without hesitation. On this occasion we were a little disappointed. We have stayed at this Park on 3 previous occasions and on this trip stayed for two weeks because of their Mad May Special. We were put onto powered site 64. When we booked our site I asked the booking clerk for a site near an amenities block. On previous occasions that had never been a problem but this time we were told NO they could not allocate a Site and would have to see what was available on our arrival. When we arrived we found that Site 64 was very narrow with a high rocky garden bed on one side and a raised concrete slab on the other. It wasn’t that hard to get the Van in but not that easy either, especially with other vehicles parked on both sides of the road. When we did we found the site was very uneven and had to take the Van out again to put in levelling ramps. Very annoying and I would expect Big4 with the prices they normally charge would do a bit of maintenance and keep their sites level. When we were finally situated and level we found that if you opened the caravan windows you could not walk down the side of the Van as it was that narrow. TV reception on this site was nonexistent due to the foliage, great for shade but terrible if you are a Footy Fan. The Park did help us out there by supplying an aerial that was tied to the trees and placed in a position to receive a signal. My wife and I are big fans of swimming. I do laps every chance I get. I did the same at this Park which boasts a 32 metre heated swimming pool. When we first starting using it the water in the pool was very cloudy and obviously the filter and pump system was over stretched and could not handle the numbers using it. Unfortunately after a few days of doing laps (up to a kilometre each day) I developed an ear infection, the first one I’ve ever had. I went along to the Doctors and was put on antibiotics. The Doctor was of the firm opinion the cause was the Pool. I had to stay out of the water and keep my ear dry for 10 days after that. I was not very impressed and it really did spoil our whole stay there. Having criticised the Park I would still go back and found the staff and amenities to be first rate. This Park is family friendly and especially for the younger children.
An extremely well run park, the layout is well planned and sites are well placed to enable relatively easy on site location. They have a many water slide policy, with which you can wear the kids out.... midgies are a problem for those so afflicted.