If you love classic cars and discovering cool coastal hideaways, then let Whitsunday Mustangs take you on a tour that combines both.
Greg Lawler owns this Airlie Beach touring and wedding car business – and you won’t find a bloke more besotted by beautifully restored automobiles.
His pride and joy is a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible called “Mustang Sally”. On Greg’s tours, either he can drive or you can take the wheel of “Sally” as you explore the cane country and coastline north of Airlie Beach.
Visit beautiful Cape Gloucester Resort at Hideaway Bay – a favourite haunt of locals. It’s just an hour from Airlie Beach but worlds away from the tourist hype.
Come for a holiday in the beach-front cabins – or drop in for the day and enjoy a long lunch at The Oar Restaurant. Head chef, Callum Patience, serves up spectacular dishes starring fresh local produce – including reef fish; prawns straight off the trawler; and hinterland beef.
Day visitors are welcome to take a dip in the swimming pool at Cape Gloucester; go fishing, or simply laze about on the resort’s pristine beach.
Greg’s Mustang tour also takes in Dingo Beach – a small seaside community further down the coast. It’s another spot that locals like to keep under their hat.Whitsundays Mustang
Head online to book a tour with Whitsunday Mustangs. Greg can even arrange to pick up and drop off at your Airlie accommodation.