Great Barrier Reef Island Resorts
Imagine being surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef on a tropical island resort. From Tropical North Queensland down to The Whitsundays and further to the southern Fraser Coast in Queensland, there is a range of island accommodation to suit all travellers - from a romantic island getaway, to family holidays and eco adventurers, the perfect island experience is waiting for you here on the Great Barrier Reef. Experience waking up on a remote island and walking along a secluded beach, dining on gourmet tropical cuisine, snorkelling direct from the beach to stargazing at night with crystal clear night skies.
Stay overnight for a short Island getaway, or ideally longer with a minimum of three or four nights to relax, recharge and enjoy a unique island experience and the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.
An Island holiday has no set itinerary - fill your day with adventure or relaxation. Soak up the Queensland sunshine relaxing under a palm tree, discover an island walking trail and of course an island holiday wouldn't be complete without snorkelling or scuba diving to view the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Book your Great Barrier Reef Island accommodation holiday online, or contact our local Island holiday experts to assist with booking your memorable Island escape.
Green Island Resort & Spa is a tropical Island retreat located just 45 minutes by boat from Cairns. Enjoy luxury 4 and half star eco certified resort style accommodation suitable for couples or families along with sumptuous dining showcasing local produce and complimentary sunset drink. Discover a range of complimentary island activities including snorkelling, windsurfing, island walks, glass bottom boat tours and more.
Fitzroy Island Resort located by 45min ferry transfer from Cairns offers a range of accommodation for a romantic island getaway, along with apartment style accommodation for a memorable family island holiday. Explore Fitzroy Island's spectacular walking trails and discover the picture perfect Nudey Beach and see the abundant marine life. A selection of Island activites can be arranged along with optional outer reef day trips departing from the Island. Your relaxed island paradise awaits...
The All Inclusive Orpheus Island Resort is the ultimate luxury island getaway, epitomising tropical island living at it's finest. This private island hideaway features only 14 beachfront rooms, suites and villas offering a true secluded island paradise. Enjoy all inclusive gourmet dining inspired by the natural surroundings using fresh seasonal produce along with quality Australian wines and beers. Enjoy a range of complimentary Island Activities plus a daily curated Orpheus Experience during your stay.
Lizard Island Resort offers natural seclusion and luxury accommodation, situated on the Great Barrier Reef, only a 60 minute scenic flight from Cairns. Discover your own private beach, explore nature walks or indulge in a couples spa treatment...the choice is yours at this idyllic island paradise. Enjoy a selection of luxury accommodation options including private plunge pools, or for that special occassion The Villa which can accommodate up to 5 guests for the ultimate celebration in style. All Lizard Island rooms and suites include All Inclusive gourmet meals daily, selection of beverages plus complimentary island activities.
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