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Coral Sea Marina Resort

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Whitsundays, Tropical North Queensland, Australia
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Phone: +61 7 4964 1340
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The newly merged Coral Sea Marina Resort provides an exciting array of waterfront wedding venues to choose from. Located in the heart of the Whitsundays, Coral Sea Marina Resort is the perfect place to start life’s greatest adventure…

With a 77 room boutique hotel, a resort village filled with leisure and dining options, stunning wedding ceremony and reception venue options and a committed team to making your Whitsunday wedding perfectly you – look no further than the Coral Sea Marina Resort.

Your Whitsunday Wedding

From a ceremony on their private jetty, to one overlooking the stunning superyachts in the marina, their ceremony packages are designed to make your wedding day a sea breeze. Incredible ocean views and a relaxed tropical vibe are guaranteed with any wedding hosted at the Coral Sea Marina Resort. For your choice of reception, choose The Lookout where the sunset will be unforgettable or The Ballroom where the lights will sparkle. For something a little different, choose The Gardens, where the lush green surroundings act as a blank canvas for your to create your dream day.

Stay a while – Honeymoon in paradise…

Stay a little longer at the Coral Sea Resort Hotel and enjoy your honeymoon in paradise. Spend time with family and friends or relax and unwind with your life partner as you soak up the romantic hotel setting. The stunning hotel sets the scene for a truly romantic honeymoon. Enjoy a private helicopter tour to the iconic Whitehaven Beach, relax with a couples massage in the Gazebo or wine and dine under the stars at the gorgeous poolside restaurant – they can make all this happen and more. Enjoy the convenience of staying in Airlie Beach, with the flexibility of exploring the Whitsunday hinterland and idyllic islands of the Great Barrier Reef.