Queensland Shines

by John on March 18, 2011

Image of wood fired pizza.

Gourmet wood fired pizzas are more than delicious at The Whitsundays finest bar. Mangrove Jacks, situated in the main street of Airlie Beach is world renown for their delicious gourmet pizzas and friendly service.

Went and used a shopping coupon for lunch today at Mangrove Jacks, Airlie Beach. You know the coupons that are on the back of shopping dockets. They can and do save you a lot of money.

Mangrove Jacks, situated in the main street of Airlie Beach, advertise a $20 meal deal coupon, which is available for lunch or dinner.

Mangrove Jacks in Airlie are famous for their wood fired pizzas. We had a gourmet Italian pizza for lunch, which included 2 glasses of wine, and saved about $19.50 off the normal price with the coupon.

So if your a Whitsunday resident or a visitor who has purchased some goods from Woolies or Coles recently, check the back of your dockets. You could have a good meal opportunity and the chance to save some serious dollars.

And while your at it, why not check out some of the great adventure destinations that we have right on the doorsteps in the fabulous Whitsundays. The Whitsundays is one of the finest places on this planet and if you want to soak up some sun, this is the place for you.

Come on up to Airlie Beach, have a meal at Mangrove Jacks and take a cruise to one of the fabulous 74 islands that stamp The Whitsundays as the top holiday destination in our book. Airlie Beach is the ultimate holiday destination for fun in the sun, great party atmosphere with affordable accommodation and hassle free extras with out the huge crowds. Remember the old saying, “It’s beautiful one day and perfect the next”, that sums up the Whitsundays perfectly!

Tourism Queensland is also running a good campaign at the moment to attract people to enjoy the great Queensland climate. If you operate a business you could win a million dollar Queensland experience just for making your own video. Now there’s a million reasons why you should try to promote Queensland as a tourist destination. Watch the video below for more info.


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