The Whitsunday Coast, including nearby Proserpine and Airlie Beach, were hard hit by Cyclone Debbie when it landed in March. The area is still recovering from the effects of the severe cyclone but is very much open for business. Tigerair Australia Head of Communications, Vanessa Regan said “While the effects of the cyclone were severe, they were also short lived and the Whitsundays remain a jewel in Queensland Tourism’s crown.”
To help revitalise the region, Tigerair is offering Light fares from $33 each way between Brisbane and Whitsunday Coast Airport (aka Proserpine Airport). Travellers from Sydney are also in luck with Light fares from $66 on offer. The travel period for these promotional fares extends from 18 May to 28 June. The sale ends at midday AEST on 9 May with limited availability, so book now before they sell out.
A friend for all seasons
In supporting the region, Tigerair has also announced three major sponsorships including:[lists style=”plus”]
- Official airline partner for the Cyclone Debbie recovery concert in Airlie Beach on 27 May
- Major sponsor of the Whitsunday Tourism Awards in September
- Major airline partner of the Airlie Beach Festival of Music in November
To book your Whitsunday Coast trip, visit tigerair.com.au and you can do your bit to support the recovery of the region too.