Lizard Island

Lizard Island, Cook Area

Indicative Rate * AU$1800 to AU$6380

Lizard Island, Australia's northernmost island resort on the Great Barrier Reef, is truly secluded from the rest of the world and is located a one hour scenic flight over the reef from Cairns.

With only one resort on the island hosting 40 rooms – it is the tranquillity and natural beauty of the island that will first greet you.

24 pristine powdery-white private beaches – literally means you can have a beach to yourself. Snorkelling straight off the beach where clam gardens, coral and marine life are abundant and diving on the inner and outer reef to some of the world's most famous dive sites.

The food philosophy is simple and embraces local, fresh produce taking inspiration from Modern Australian, European and Asian cuisines. Enjoy the daily changing menu paired with a fine selection of wine at Saltwater restaurant which has breathtaking views sweeping over Anchor Bay. Treat yourself to a gourmet picnic lunch on a secluded beach and a sunset beachside degustation dinner for two.

Indulge in a luxurious treatment at Essentia Day Spa or have a go at some world class fishing. Lizard Island has something for everyone - it is truly like nowhere else.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Scuba-Diving
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
via Cairns
Lizard Island, Cook Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Pavilion

Set high on the point of Sunset Bay, The Pavilion combines complete privacy with 270 degree panoramic views of Anchor bay, Osprey Island and Sunset Beach. Separate living area, plunge pool and secluded cabana and outdoor seating area extends the private landscape of the stunning suite.

Bedding configuration: King Bed or King Zipper (maximum capacity of three guests requires one rollaway bed).

The Villa

Secluded, sitting atop a ridge and commanding uninterrupted views and private access to Sunset Beach and over the Coral Sea, the Villa sets a new aspiration for accommodation, privacy and service. The balcony is a natural extension of the living room providing the perfect setting for enjoying evening sunsets and the nine metre plunge pool is the ultimate in indulgence. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms with the master bedroom with ensuite and luxurious bath.

Bedding configuration: King Bed and King Zipper.

Gardenview Room

The Gardenview Rooms are perfectly located for ease of access to the natural beauty of Anchor Bay. Secluded, private and completely immersed in the lush tropical surroundings these rooms are designed to ensure a relaxing stay and feature the understated interior design elegance that Lizard Island is renowned for.

Bedding configuration: King Bed or King Zipper.

Beachfront Suite

Set in a broad sweeping arc along Anchor Bay, with private pathways leading to the beach, the Anchor Bay Suites offer a seamless blend of indoors and out in an elegant open plan design with large decks and decadent day beds. Beachfront Suites offer captivating sea views.

Bedding configuration: King Bed or King Zipper (maximum capacity of three guests requires one rollaway bed).

Oceanview Villa

Oceanview Villas are set high on Sunset Bay offering ocean views over Anchor Bay or Sunset Beach and easy access to the secluded Sunset Beach. The Oceanview Villas provide understated luxury and the perfect backdrop to the natural beauty of the landscape and beautiful sunsets on Lizard Island. Each Villa has a private deck with table and chairs - relax and enjoy the view of lush island greenery, calm sea water and white sandy beaches.

Bedding configuration: King Bed or King Zipper.

Gardenview Suite

The Gardenview Suites are perfectly located for ease of access to the natural beauty of Anchor Bay. Secluded, private and completely immersed in the lush tropical surroundings these rooms are designed to ensure a relaxing stay and feature the understated interior design elegance that Lizard Island is renowned for. This suite has a separate living and bedroom area.

Bedding configuration: King Bed and Sofa Bed.

Oceanview Plunge Pool Villa

Oceanview Villas are set high on Sunset Bay offering ocean views over Anchor Bay or Sunset Beach and easy access to the secluded Sunset Beach. The Oceanview Villas provide understated luxury and the perfect backdrop to the natural beauty of the landscape and beautiful sunsets on Lizard Island. Each Villa has a private deck with table and chairs - relax and enjoy the view of lush island greenery, calm sea water and white sandy beaches. Enjoy this villa with your own private plunge pool.

Bedding configuration: King Bed.

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