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Airlie Beach Lagoon, Airlie Beach
(4.6/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
Head to Airlie Beach Lagoon for a leisurely afternoon in Airlie Beach. A seamless integration of a 4,300 sq m (46,300 sq ft) manmade pool into beautiful natural surroundings, the lagoon provides an easygoing place to swim and relax in the sun. You can lie on a sandy beach--where the water is free of stingers--or opt for a grassy knoll. Wherever you choose to hang out, you'll be able to appreciate the immaculate landscaping. Use our Airlie Beach vacation route planner to add Airlie Beach Lagoon and other attractions to your Airlie Beach vacation plans.
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  • It's like a massive resort pool, but it's along the coastline in Airlie CBD and it's free! Easy access for those with mobility problems,as you can walk in with the depth gradually getting deeper, no w...  more »
  • Friend and I were struggling with the heat and the lagoon was a lovely place to cool down, plenty of space to either tan or find some shade. The view of the harbour is lovely, just a nice relaxing vib...  more »
  • The title says it. We were mainly about the possibility, also after nightfall (can go in November at 19: 00) to be able to swim. Free admission (not free) but great parking next door, which is also suitable for the evening stroll down main street. Dressing around and toilets available - State moderate, it clouds but not the overall impression. There are 2 lifeguard on the ground and even in dark one is not alone in the water. Quallen - and worry-free bathing at felt 35-degree water temperature.
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