With only 40 rooms and villas on Lizard Island, choose your private beach and enjoy days exploring the reef in or on the water.
With only 40 rooms and villas on Lizard Island, choose your private beach and enjoy days exploring the reef in or on the water. Complimentary motorised dinghy’s, kayaks, snorkelling gear and SUP boards are included, and you can enjoy gourmet picnic lunches while exploring the island. The resort’s ocean-view and beach villas have breathtaking views, some with private plunge pools, and there is a wonderful onsite spa. The food and wine experience on the island is second to none, with sunset beachside dining options and an excellent bar and restaurant to choose from. You’ll want for nothing at this all-inclusive luxury lodge.
- All meals
- Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages
- A fine selection of wine, beer, basic spirits and sparkling wine
- Your own in-room mini bar, restocked daily
- Deluxe picnic hampers for private beach outings
- Access to your own private motorised dinghy
- Unlimited use of stand-up paddle boards
- Unlimited use of clear-view sea kayaks
- Snorkelling gear for the duration of your stay
Access from Cairns via a one-hour scenic flight – package rates available
Oceanview plunge pool villa
Couples, families with children aged over 10
Best Nearby Park
Lizard Island is a National Park, and it’s all yours to share with only a handful of guests
Best Place for Relaxation
Essentia Day Spa, or just choose any beach!
Open year-round; April-October is best to avoid the heat and humidity of the wet season and stingers
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