come out to play
stars are coming out to our backyard to play. Adam
The stars are coming out to our backyard. Adam Wratten
Beach and the Whitsundays have been discovered as
the latest playgrounds for Hollywood's A-list of stars.
and famous superstars could be wandering past you
the next time you visit the areas.
likes of Mariah Carey and Shania Twain are donning
big hats and fat sunglasses to avoid the spotlight
Tourism Whitsundays spokesperson said the pair had
been shopping together at the Airlie Beach markets.
spokesperson said the couple went unnoticed on their
week guests at Hamilton Island found they were neighbours
with sexy pop star Holly Valance.
actor-come-singer, who has taken Britain by storm,
has been holidaying on the Whitsundays island.
stars to have visited the Whitsundays in the last
year include Rod Stewart, Charlie Sheen, Chris Isaak,
Olivia Newton-John, members of the 2002 NRL premiers,
the Sydney Roosters and the AFL's losing grand finalists
while there are more, resorts were unable to reveal
the names of some guests due to confidentiality agreements.
Stewart, Chris Isaak, Olivia Newton-John, Collette
Dinnigan at Hayman Island;
Valance, Charlie Sheen, Jimmy Barnes and Kieran Perkins
at Hamilton Island;
formula one driver Alan Jones, Mark Taylor and actors
from popular soap Home and Away at Daydream Island;
Brownlow medallist Simon Black and Brisbane Lions
AFL captain Michael Voss at Long Island;
Lions coach and AFL legend Leigh Matthews at Club
Med Lindeman Island;
of the Sydney Roosters rugby league team, George Gregan
and Andrew Ettingshausen at Laguna Quays resort;
Carey, Shania Twain and the Collingwood Football Club
on the mainland.
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