Located in the heart of Airlie Beach, the southern tip of Queensland's famous World Heritage Reef (Great Barrier Reef), Airlie Beach Lagoon is one of the highlights of the Airlie Beach urban area.
Airlie Beach Lagoon is a public open-air swimming pool located on the city beach between one of Airlie Beach's busiest main streets and the beach. It is located between the main Street and the beach on January 8, 2001, with a number of swimming pools of varying depths. Suitable for age group visitors, the size and quality of similar artificial swimming pools in Australia are superior. In addition to the perfect facility, Airlie Beach Lagoon combines magnificent nature with man-made landscapes, while providing safety and support for tourists. Airlie Beach Lagoon is surrounded by grassy hills that are perfect for sunbathing. You can also go to a quiet place to read quietly.
There is a public parking lot on the side of the Airlie Beach Lagoon, which costs A $2 per 2 hours. You can also park on the main street of Airlie Beach on foot, except that free parking spaces on the main street have parking time limits, and be careful not to overrun.