A National Park covering over 1,000 hectares, 240 kilometres north of Cairns, the idyllic and secluded Lizard Island offers 24 powdery white beaches lapped by turquoise water and a choice of stunning accommodation.
Accommodation consists of tranquil rooms and suites, all featuring air-conditioning, a premium sound system, LED smart television and luxury amenities. Guests can enjoy astonishing diving, snorkelling, private beach picnics and indulgent spa treatments. The resort offers three dining experiences, from the simple and relaxed Salt Water Restaurant and the casual Driftwood Bar to the signature Sunset Beachside Dining Experience.
The Private Villa and The Pavilion, accommodating four and two guests respectively, sit atop Sunset Ridge, offering exclusive views over the Coral Sea. The Pavilion boasts a 240 degree panorama of Anchor Bay, Osprey Island and Sunset Beach. With separate lounge areas, eight metre plunge pools and expansive deck areas, where guests can enjoy daily sunset champagne and canapés, the Private Villa and The Pavilion are the resort’s twin pinnacles of privacy and luxury. Additionally, the Private Villa boasts a butler’s kitchen and The Pavilion offers a private outdoor seating area.
Anchor Bay Suites are set in a sweeping arc along Anchor Bay with enchanting views and direct access to the beach. Elegant and open plan, with a large verandah and daybeds, the suites offer the ultimate comfort.
Sunset Point Villas sit high on Sunset Ridge surrounded by native eucalyptus bush land. The villas offer privacy and easy access to a string of beautiful, secluded beaches, and each has a private deck on which to relax and watch the sunset. Sunset Point Villas with Plunge Pools reflect the facilities, amenities and design of the Sunset Point Villas with the addition of a private plunge pool.
The one bedroom, king-size, Beach View Rooms and Suites are set amongst tropical gardens with easy access to Anchor Bay and the beach club. Interiors are compact but comfortable with a private balcony.
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The world's largest coral reef system of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands covers an area of approximately 344,400 square kilometres. The biggest single structure made by living organisms is composed of, and built by, billions of tiny coral polyps and is easily discernable from space.
Where: Queensland / East Coast
Ideal for viewing: dugong, green turtle, saltwater crocodile, white-bellied sea eagle, roseate tern