Coral Sea Resort - Absolute Ocean Front 4.5 Star Resort.
2008 Winner - Tourism Whitsunday - Best Deluxe Accommodation
2008 Winner - Tourism Whitsunday - Tourism Restaurant
2008 Finalist - HotelClub - Best Hotel Queensland
2007 Finalist - Tourism Whitsunday - Best Deluxe Accommodation
2007 Winner - Tourism Whitsunday - Tourism Restaurants
2007 Finalist - HotelClub Hotel - Queensland
Positioned on the absolute ocean front and just a short stroll via seaside boardwalk to the enchanting Airlie Beach resort village; with its relaxed atmosphere and collection of eclectic shops and cafes; lies the Coral Sea Resort. A stroll in the opposite direction crossing a separate boardwalk with the sea below is Abel Point Marina, your direct access to the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.
Coral Sea Resort features a variety of hotel rooms including deluxe suites and one, two and three bedroom apartments, penthouses and beach houses. All are serviced daily. Coral Sea Resort offers an enticing array of facilities including, an award winning oceanfront restaurant, private dining seaside gazebo, cocktail lounge, fitness room, disabled and lift access, massage facilities, private Jetty, water sports, 25 metre pool, wedding chapel, resort shop and tour desk.
If driving, access is a short distance off the Bruce Highway turning off at Proserpine. The area is also serviced by two major airports, Whitsunday Coast Airport and the Hamilton Island Airport, where all daily flights are met by commercial transport bringing you directly to the resort's front door.
The 4 ½ star Coral Sea Resort rates as one of the most appealing deluxe resorts in the magical Whitsundays, combining first class facilities with award winning legendary hospitality.
Our on-site tour desk can assist you with activities such as the crocodile river tour, overnight sailing and island adventures including the magical Whitehaven Beach. Our knowledgeable local staff speaks a variety of languages including French, Italian and Japanese.
There are literally 1000's of tour and unique adventures to be experienced in the magical Whitsunday's.
Cruise to the outer Great Barrier Reef, let your feet sink into the silica white sand of Whitehaven Beach, Relax by the Airlie Beach Lagoon, learn to scuba dive at some of the best reefs in the world, including the Stepping Stones and the Cathedrals Snorkel among some 1500 species of fish and 400 types of coral, fly over Heart Reef for a bird's-eye view of this amazing icon, hike to the lookout at Hill Inlet Whitehaven Beach for stunning views of Whitsunday Island, catch a seaplane or helicopter to a private beach for a picnic to remember, go whale watching or crocodile spotting, enjoy great food and wine on the Airlie Beach Esplanade, hike through a National Forest on the Whitsundays Great Walk or watch the sun set over 74 Islands!
Discover nature on the Whitsundays Great Walk, Soak up the sun, cool off and make new friends at Airlie Beach Lagoon, go shopping at the weekend markets or browse the Whitsundays many boutiques, enjoy a bite to eat or a tropical smoothie along the Esplanade, get fit and take in the views on the coastal boardwalk from Airlie Beach to Cannonvale Beach or get pampered and relax at a day spa!
Catch a monster Barramundi at Peter Faust Dam (permit required), enjoy some country hospitality at a local pub, watch the night sky light up during the pre-harvest cane fires, take a sugar tour at the Proserpine Sugar Mill, spot an estuarine crocodile on the Proserpine River, and take a step back in time at the Proserpine Historical Museum
Enjoy the tranquil scenery of Dingo Beach while sun baking or beach combing, Overlook the beautiful Whitsundays Islands whilst enjoying a picnic lunch, deep sea fishing around Mt. Gregory and Gloucester Island, Tennis on Hydeaway Bay, water sports and dinghy hire from Dingo Beach.
Walk or laze about the beautiful beaches of Bowen, taste the tropical delights of a Bowen mango, explore the pristine fringing reefs off Horseshoe Bay, play a round of golf in the sea breeze, try your hand at ocean fishing, head inland to the old mining area of Collinsville and the Coal Face Experience museum, take in the full panorama of Bowen, the Islands and countryside from a hill-top vantage point, be amazed by the live fish display at Bowen Harbour with fish ready for export, visit Muller's Lagoon, 23.57 hectares of picturesque parkland in the centre of town, with superb botanical gardens and wetlands habitat.