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Coral Point Lodge.

Coral Point Lodge.

Situated in the sleepy hamlet of Shute Harbour, Coral Point Lodge has magnificent uninterrupted views over the harbour. Peace and tranquility are key features to this accommodation which is approximately a ten minute drive from the hustle and bustle of Airlie Beach. Shute,Repair and Tancred are three islands within the harbour that can be seen from this location as well as views south to Long Island and beyond.

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Harbour Views.

Just watching the flow of different vessels coming in and out of the harbour is an interesting experience in itself. Passenger ferries leave from here to Hayman,Hamilton,Long and Daydream Islands. Local Barges keep up a constant supply to the islands and private craft are constant visitors coming to rest up or refuel.





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Airlie Beach will satisfy your Barrier Reef requirements and The Whitsundays have their beautiful Islands. All Airlie Accommodation is within close proximity to the beach and shops.

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Features of your stay.

Surrounded by the pristine Conway National Park and the waterways of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park you can choose from one of the many bushwalks located nearby, you can birdwatch, wander down a forest path to secluded beaches and explore, snorkel, or feast on oysters. You can also fish from the public jetty in Shute Harbour and catch yourself a meal. Every room at Coral Point Lodge overlooks the beautiful sheltered waters of Shute Harbour and out over the Whitsunday Islands. All rooms have been recently refurbished and have ensuite bathrooms, teas and coffee facilities or kitchenettes, air-conditioning and ceiling fans, not to mention spectacular views. You can relax by the pool with one of the best views in the Whitsundays, read a book or cook a steak on the barbeque, soak up the tropical sunshine or take a tour to the Great Barrier Reef or the magical Whitsunday Islands - so close you can see them from your room.

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Walking Tracks.

Circuit Track (1km circuit.)

From the picnic ground, the track passes through lowland rainforest festooned with small vines and crosses a small tidal creek beside an area of cottonwoods and mangroves. These mangroves are immersed only at high water and do not have the well developed aerial roots associated with mangroves on the seaward side. On this track you might see brush-turkeys and orange-footed scrub fowl. A self guiding brochure highlighting features can be obtained from leaflet boxes at either end of the circuit track. Please return the brochure upon completion of the walk.


Hayward Gully (3.2km return)

Vegetation along this extension of the Circuit Track includes the large leaf stinger which can be painful when encountered on bare skin. The track is maintained free of this plant, however, caution should be exercised when any large, hairy, heart-shaped leaves are sighted.


Mt Rooper (2.4km to lookout tower; 5.4km for circuit)

This track passes through low woodland growing in shallow, stony, clay soils. Lophostemons, grass trees and wattles are prominent. Although grass trees here are small, they can grow to 4m. Their pale yellow flowers produced on spear-like stalks provide food for many insects. Mt Rooper lookout has a panoramic vista of Whitsunday Passage and islands. A 2km track connects to the Swamp Bay track. Further down the track, open forest gives way to lowland rainforest. A rocky outcrop half way down forms a natural look over Swamp Bay. Along this track are signs describing Aboriginal use of selected plants in this area.


Swamp Bay track (2.1 km one way)

This track follows the creek at the foot of Mt Rooper. The creek, like most here, flows only in the wet. The beach at Swamp Bay is covered in broken coral washed up by wave action. The view is across Molle Passage to the Molle group of islands.


Coral Beach track (1km one way)

This popular track is contained within Environmental Reserve that adjoins the National Park. From Coral Beach a 700mt walk to The Beak lookout provides more panoramic views of Whitsunday Passage.

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