‘Great Barrier Reef’
Hamilton Island Resort Beach Club is an idyllic resort situated on the coral fringes of the Great Barrier Reef. Guests staying at the Beach Club have access to a plethora of facilities and activities including tennis, paddle boards an infinity edge pool and much more. The two available rooms at the resort are contemporary and stylish with a private terrace and easy access to Catseye Beach.
'Outsanding Reef Position; Exclusive Accommodation'
Lizard Island is a National Park covering 1,013 hectares of the Great Barrier Reef and has a lagoon, 24 powder-white beaches and 40 luxurious suites. This exclusive destination will give you secluded living, five star dining and romantic picnics to die for! Views from the suites and villas are far-reaching across the ocean and islands with several in elevated positions for even more scope. Furnishings are elegant, utilising natural wood, and features are contemporary including Bose sound systems - private decks or balconies come as standard. As expected, snorkelling and diving opportunities on the reef are almost endless with all levels catered for. Osprey’s Restaurant is open from dawn to dusk for fine island dining whilst the relaxing treatments of Azure Spa are an absolute must. The resort welcomes children over 12 years of age.
Exotic Luxury Lodge of Australia Escape Near The Great Barrier Reef
Situated in the sun drenched northernmost point of Hamilton Island in the Whitsundays, Qualia blends harmonious designs and a strong natural presence to create the epitome of tropical Australian living. Winner of best Australian resort 2014 in Luxury Travel Magazine, Qualia has two luscious swimming pools, the bountiful treatments of Spa Qualia and the golden sands of Whitehaven Beach. The rooms at the resort are elegantly designed with delicate hues and timber furnishings, as well as expansive sundecks and some with private pools. Why not take part in some of the fantastic water sports opportunities? Or dive in to the exotic marine life of the famous World Heritage Site – the Great Barrier Reef.