We live six months in Melbourne and six months Airlie beach. I have been over to day dream lots of time just for a day trip with girl friends. It is a island that I think is great for young family's but with saying that I would think kids up to young teens.
This was the first time that we had stayed over night on the island.
We had family over from England so we got a standby rate room which has just got up to $125 per person.
That is your room, tranfer to the island , use of the water sport stuff and breakfast. Pretty good for your money I think.
We did take water etc with us.
It is a island they have you there, you have to buy from them.
The rooms are big. Our had a queen bed , sofa and chairs.
My father inlaw and his sister had two queen size plus a little sofa, so you can see how big the rooms are.
Nice and clean.
It is getting a bit old but still well maintain I think.
We are too spoil over here and with our aunty coming from England loved it.
The wild life just roaming around and she was able to go up to them all. She just loved it all.
Do not come here if you want a budget holiday. Go any where in the world an NO island is going to be cheap.
We loved our 1 night and send photos back to our son how is looking at getting married on one of the island next year.
We have spoke to friends here and we are all going over for a 2 night break in June.
Our age group 40-52 some have young kids from 2-12.
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