Start your Aussie vacation as soon as you land by pre-booking this convenient shared arrival transfer from Proserpine Airport (PPP). Meet your driver on arrival at the airport and travel directly to your Airlie Beach or Shute Harbor hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned shuttle, with a maximum of 24 passengers. Save both time and money with either a one-way or round-trip transfer and maximize your time at the beach.
Shared arrival transfer from Proserpine Airport (PPP) to Airlie Beach or Shute Harbour hotels
Have the option to book a one-way or round-trip transfer between the airport and your hotel
Get to your hotel faster with limited drop offs and pick-ups in a small vehicle that carries a maximum of 24 passengers
Enjoy friendly, personalized door-to-door service and the comfort of generous legroom and air-conditioning
Available for all flights arriving at Proserpine Airport (PPP)
Hi, we are terribly sorry as explained over the phone yesterday and have refunded you in full. It does appear that on this extremely rare occasion, the booking was missed via email. Rest assured, your son would have never have been left at the airport, we would have sent someone to collect him if necessary. Once again, we apologise and we hope your son enjoys his stay in the Whitsundays. Kind regards, Mel
We had a terrific time from the minute we arrived at Proserpine Airport. Our driver was helpful and gave us an interesting account of the locality and sugar industry. the apartment at Marina Shores was high quality and in an excellent location, fabulous views over the sea all day and evening, great pool and gardens, pleasant walk to local marina and restaurants and further on to Airlie Beach township. Easy walk for us to town in early 70's and catch a cheap taxi back if loaded up with food shopping. Weather was superb, even hot for Melburnians, the whole week...we ' lucked out' . Had a lovely trip by ferry to Hamilton island for some exploration, lying around poolside, taking in the sights via the free shuttle. Of course, more exciting boat trips and activities around the WhitSunday islands are available for younger people but we've been there, done that decades ago. We would recommend a week in Airlie Beach in July or August to escape the Victorian winter. Better than we ever expected - warm, friendly, plenty to do. Saw little evidence of the great storm, recovery of plants amazing.
Very well organised, they waited for us in the airport terminal, it was lovely that there was commentary in the bus about the places we were passing and they stopped right in front of our accommodation.