Airlie Beach

Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays is one of the world’s best holiday destinations.

The Whitsunday Regional Council, with the support of the Queensland Government and numerous volunteer and community organisations, activate the Safer Schoolies Airlie Beach Response to enhance the safety of schoolies staying in Airlie Beach. In 2019, the Response will be activated from Saturday 16 – Friday 22 November and is for genuine 2019 Year 12 school leavers.

The Safer Schoolies Airlie Beach Response provides you with a range of support services to help keep you safe, and it also includes official Schoolies wristbands allowing you nightly access to Schoolies Central where you can celebrate with your mates.

Make sure you check out below for everything you need to know and organise for a safe and enjoyable Schoolies in Airlie Beach.

Official Airlie Beach Schoolies wristbands and ID

If you are a Year 12 school leaver heading to Airlie Beach, you will need an official Schoolies wristband to access Schoolies Central dance parties, discounts, themed nights and more.

Airlie Beach Schoolies wristbands are $110 and are for genuine 2019 Year 12 school leavers only. You can either prior to Schoolies or register when you arrive at Schoolies Central.

To find out more about Schoolies at Airlie Beach, including wristband registration, travel and daily entertainment information, visit the Whitsunday Regional Council Schoolies website and follow the Whitsunday Schoolies Facebook page.

Schoolies Central

The Safer Schoolies Airlie Beach Response includes Schoolies Central which is a fenced, alcohol and drug-free entertainment precinct for genuine Year 12 school leavers only. Schoolies Central is where you can also collect your official Schoolies wristband, locate the information and tour desks.

Please keep in mind that bags are not permitted inside Schoolies Central.

To find out more about Schoolies Central, visit the Whitsunday Regional Council Schoolies website and follow the Whitsunday Schoolies Facebook page.