Australian Islands

BEDARRA ISLAND

Bedarra Island is your own private island in the Australian tropics. A romantic rainforest retreat where a fortunate few can savor the finer things life has to offer. With only sixteen villas hidden in the rainforest, each just a minute from the beach guests are able to set their own agenda.  The food is exquisite with a team of chefs and a new menu every day, all food and drinks are included. The island is never crowded; it’s not unusual to find more beaches than guests.  Bedarra Island is for people who do not wish to be found, who desire a civilized escape to unwind. Bedarra Island is not open to children under 14 years of age unless the entire island is privately booked.

DUNK ISLAND

You will receive a traditional island welcome when you arrive on the island in the Whitsundays that was known to the first inhabitants as Coonanglebah, the isle of peace and plenty. The palm fringed beaches and lush rainforests of this tropical island are ideal for those who want to enjoy time out or the time of their lives. From spa treatments to adrenaline sports Dunk Island has it all for families wishing to vacation on a tropical Aussie island.

HAYMAN ISLAND

One of the leading resorts of the world, beautiful Hayman, lapping the waters of Australia ‘s breathtaking Great Barrier Reef, presents a genuine island experience of remoteness and natural beauty, while pampering with exceptional luxury and sensory pleasure.  Within Hayman, stylish elegance reflects the harmonious freshness of the tranquil surrounds. Hayman is a unique private island destination, which has frequently been acknowledged as the premier resort in Australia.  Guests can hide away in their own beautifully appointed room, suite, penthouse or beach villa, each with peaceful outlooks. When it comes to dining the choice is extensive, from a romantic candlelit dinner on a private room balcony to superb restaurants. Hayman’s Great Barrier Reef location provides the perfect setting to savor the magnificence of this world heritage listed paradise. Breathtaking coral, tropical fish, snorkeling, diving and fishing locations surround the island. There is also swimming in the famous Hayman Pool, while the Hayman Beach offers year-round swimming and catamaran sailing, windsurfing and paddle skiing, all complimentary.

HERON ISLAND

Heron Island is a coral cay right on the Great Barrier Reef. You are able to swim straight off the beach into a coral garden teeming with marine life. As the name suggests, the island has wonderful birdlife, including Black Noddies, Mutton Birds and Reef Herons. It is a nature lovers paradise.

KANGAROO ISLAND

One of Australias true wilderness areas, Kangaroo Island is a place of rugged cliffs, roaring surf, pristine beaches, vivid blue ocean waters, dramatic caves, beautiful bush land, national parks and home to an abundance of wildlife. Its natures paradise with unique flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world.

To derive the greatest pleasure and value from any visit to KI we always suggest exploring the island with one of our specialist guides who know just where to find the timid Aussie wildlife and where best to observe the spectacular scenery along the South Coast.

LIZARD ISLAND

Situated right on the famed Great Barrier Reef, Lizard Island is an exclusive island; with 24 soft white beaches and fringed with coral reefs. Guests are limited to just 80 at any one time. This is an island where you can enjoy a wide choice of activities or simply take a break and luxuriate in the peace and solitude of the islands delightful natural environment.

LORD HOWE ISLAND

After flying over 370 miles of empty ocean from Sydney you will be in awe as you approach the breathtaking World Heritage listed Lord Howe Island, formed when a volcano erupted 6 million years ago. Snorkeling on the most southern coral reef in the world that teems with marine life of over 500 species of fish and 90 species of coral is a popular past time. World-class bush walks through the natural forests of spectacular Banyan trees and Kentia palm range from easy level-ground walks to challenging hikes to the peak of Mt Gower. In order to maintain the islands pristine environment and uniqueness the number of visitors is limited to 400 at any time.

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