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“Foreshore Segway Tour”

Bicentennial Walkway
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Whitsundays Segway Sunset and Tapas Boardwalk Tour
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Reviewed 22 May 2014

If you can't be bothered walking then do the tour on the new Segways robo's tour. Only 2 hours and you can see the whole foreshore. easy to ride for everyone and great for families. Kids just need to be 12 or over.

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Reviewed 19 May 2014

Nice to be able to walk from the Airlie Lagoon to Cannonvale Beach taking in the sights of the beautiful aqua ocean and nature, mini botanic gardens on the way enjoyable too. Heaps of free BBQ's and picnic areas.

Thank jennifert290
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Reviewed 13 May 2014

The walkway starts at the Airlie Beach lagoon and goes north and west hugging the cliffs and foreshore on Pioneer bay, through Abell Point marina and into Cannonvale. The walk is popular with joggers, prams, bicycles and regular walkers. There is plenty of photo places, coffee shops, cafes, bars and boats to keep anyone happy.

Thank yorkygirlCentralQld
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Reviewed 13 May 2014

Nice and easy walk. Well sign posted. We walked from Airlie beach twon to Able Point Marina and then onto Cannonvale. took less than 1 hour with nearly all walk ways along side beach.

Thank Peter S
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Reviewed 8 May 2014

Our hotel was in Cannonvale so we used this walkway to get to Airlie Beach. The lady in the hotel said she wouldn't recommend making my two children walk it however with so much to look at along the way it didn't seem that far at all and on the way back we saw lots that we hadn't seen on the way there so again there was lots to keep them occupied. The boardwalk was well maintained which made it a smooth path and even when there were other people around there was lots of room to pass each other. Stunning scenery, a safe place to walk and much less than the cost of a taxi what more could you want!

1  Thank Rachel H
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