Bicentenial Walk Airlie Beach

The Bicentennial Walkway at Airlie Beach is a roughly 4 km long waterfront walk showcasing wonderful ocean views. Specially constructed as part of the 1988 Australian Bicentennial Celebrations, the boardwalk provides a safe walking track, meandering along the shoreline, giving walkers some of the best coastal views to be found anywhere in the world.

The walk stretches from Airlie Beach’s lagoon through to the sands of Cannonvale Beach; walkers can expect to spend around 45 minutes when doing the full walk at a leisurely pace. It’s a very well planned and maintained walk that sees plenty of traffic between both locals and visitors alike, offering wonderful outlooks both to the open water, and of the Abell Point Marina at around the halfway point with its cafe’s, restaurants, bars and extravagant yachts and other boats.

The Bicentennial Walk is also a great choice for photographers or travellers wanting some top travel snaps – particularly at sunset.  It’s something every visitor should do during their time in Airlie Beach!

We’ve put together some amazing trip itineraries to help you enjoy your time in the Whitsundays and Airlie Beach – we live here and love our area and want to share our knowledge with you. Whether you are travelling solo, with your family or as part of a small group, we have the perfect travel plan for you!  Click here for details.