For many people there’s nothing better than camping. Fortunately for those heading to Airlie Beach, camping at Nomads Airlie Beach hostel means you also have access to all the facilities on site. Airlie Beach is one of the must-do locations to stop at on the East Coast of Australia, mainly because it’s the gateway to the stunning Whitsunday Islands. So if you don’t fancy sharing a dorm room with other people, especially at the moment during this global pandemic*, then camping in Airlie Beach might be your preferred option!
Airlie Beach Camping Prices
- Camping from $20 per night
- Powered Campsites from $45 per night
- Unpowered Campsites from $35 per night
If you fancy a night in a private room you can get an ensuite room upgrade from only $29. Prices based on 2 persons per night, $5 extra per additional person. Prices correct as of 31/05/20. Please contact us for the most up to date prices or if you have any questions and want to book. firstname.lastname@example.org. When you arrive head to Base Airlie Beach which is right next door at 336 Shute Harbour Road to check-in.
Read more about campervan parking in Airlie Beach and why it’s a good idea to stay at a campground rather than park by the side of the road.
Facilities at Nomads Airlie Beach
Very few Airlie Beach campgrounds can boast 2 resort style swimming pools and 12 acres of tropical gardens! You don’t have to slum it when camping, you can still have access to all the facilities that make a trip a holiday!
- 2 resort style swimming pools
- 12 acres of tropical gardens
- Fully equipped kitchen and BBQ facilities
- Welcoming bar with cold beer and yummy grub
- Groups welcome!
- Free car parking
Read more about Nomads Airlie Beach.
After a hard day out exploring the Whitsunday Islands, make sure you pop into Boaty’s for a nice cold beer and some seriously delicious food!
If you want to stay at our Airlie Beach campground give us a call on 1800 666237 or email us at email@example.com. Our staff can also help you to book any trips in and around Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays.
*Please note that in line with Government guidelines we have social distancing measures in place to keep you, our other guests and our staff safe. Sharing dorms with other guests will be perfectly safe as long as we all follow the guidelines put into place. Our communal areas, including Boaty’s bar also have social distancing measures in place. Read about what we’re doing during COVID-19 for more up to date information.