Airlie Beach to Agnes Water Bus
Travel Between Airlie Beach and Agnes Water
This road trip highlights a number of quaint country seaside towns each with their own unique offering as well as access to the many islands making up the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Enjoy swimming, snorkelling and sailing in the Whitsundays, bushwalking in beautiful national parks and learning the history of Captain Cooks arrival in Agnes Water.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE AIRLIE BEACH < > AGNES WATER TRIP
With 74 islands in total, the water surrounding the Whitsunday Islands is the most pristine aqua blue you will ever see and a trip to Whitehaven Beach is definitely one for the bucket list.
2. EUNGELLA NATIONAL PARK
Take a bush-walk through Eungella National Park, outside Mackay, where you can spot Platypus in the wild.
Rockhampton is beef cattle country. You know you have arrived when you see the Big Bull. The Great Western Pub on a Friday night is good for a steak, bull riding and rodeo action.
4. EMU PARK
Visit the coastal village of Emu Park, a hidden gem along the coastline, perfect for a quiet relaxing pit stop.
5. GO SURFING AT AGNES WATER
Agnes Water is the first surf beach you come to as you make your way down the coast, learn to surf, grab a kayak or hire a bike to explore the town where Captain Cook first landed.
BUS STOP LOCATIONS
Heart of the Reef Transit Terminal
The Cove Road, Airlie Beach
Caltex Service Station
Corner Round Hill Road & Captain Cook Drive