Whitsunday Organic Bed and Breakfast, Airlie Beach


Our Organic Bed & Breakfast overlooks Airlie Beach – the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. It is only 250m to the village with its choice of cafes, restaurants and shops and the Airlie Beach Lagoon, yet our house is quietly positioned in a natural setting of organic fruit and nut trees and tropical plants.

The Whitsunday region is home to the Aboriginal inhabitants – the Ngaro and Gia people. The Ngaro homelands encompass the Whitsunday Island chain and take in the part of the mainland including Airlie Beach. The Ngaro and Gia people were saltwater people and expert seafarers and feasted on shellfish, turtle, dugong, fish and native bushfoods which were all found in great abundance in the reefs, waters, mangroves, and rainforests of the Whitsundays.

We exhibit and sell original art and crafts by the local Aboriginal people in our Bed & Breakfast.

Your Hosts

We are John Sergeant and Sharini Kumarage. For many years we ran an organic business selling certified organic produce and organic meals. We know the difference of tasty and nutritious organic food.

Our common interest in good food and healthy sustainable living and the love of the Whitsundays has inspired us to bring the first Organic Bed & Breakfast to the area.

We love this paradise. With his passion for sailing, John sailed into the Whitsundays nearly 20 years ago boasting a lot of local knowledge. We want you to appreciate the beauty of this place as much as we do and would love to share this knowledge with you.

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