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A Food Junkie's 'MKR" tour of Airlie Beach

A Food Junkie's 'MKR" tour of Airlie Beach

What do you do when you have former contestants from Channel 7’s MKR in town?

If you’re the Food Junkie you take them on a tour of the Whitsundays food scene of course!

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A Staycation in the Whitsundays

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The good old staycation… a vacation where you stay at home (or only drive a few hours). The best thing about a staycation is it makes you look at your local area from the perspective of a traveller. While it might not be as appealing as travelling overseas, the staycation is one of the best and easiest ways to book in some adventure (or R&R) and capitalize on those holidays feels.

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Whitsundays Hidden Gems

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We’ve all heard of the Whitsundays. Seen countless images of the gorgeous white sandy beaches of Whitehaven beach, Hayman Island, Hamilton Island and the likes. But did you know that the Whitsundays consists of 74 islands, many of which are uninhabited? This region is so much more than the postcard images that we’ve seen and love. I’ve journeyed to the Whitsundays on so many occasions but was excited to have the opportunity to discover some of its more hidden gems.

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An Instagrammer's Guide to the Whitsundays Hidden Gems

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The Whitsundays is famously known as the home of Whitehaven Beach, Heart Reef and Hamilton Island. What isn’t as well known though is that the Whitsundays is also made up of 74 islands and a number of beautiful beachfront communities that stretch up the coast to Bowen.

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Five reasons you should Run the Great Whitsunday Trail

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The Run the Great Whitsunday Trail is the only event in Australia where you can run through the beautiful but challenging rainforest to the beach, and cool off in the Coral Sea

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You can test yourself over a 57.4km Ultra distance, play it safe with a 28.7km race or take it easy and take in the views with the inaugural 9km Honeyeater Challenge – you choose! All 3 are challenging so pre-event training is a MUST.

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