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Palm Bay Resort

Long Island,

Indicative Rate * AU$229 to AU$600

Palm Bay Resort is a beautiful boutique resort nestled in the neck of Long Island, one of the stunning islands of the Great Barrier Reef. With their very own secluded private cove Palm Bay offers spacious Balinese inspired villas with extensive views to the Whitsunday passage and Coral Sea.

Offering complete tranquility and seclusion, Palm Bay has been designed to intricately blend into its natural surroundings and is a stones throw from some of Australia's most iconic reefs and beaches.

Catering for those seeking the unique seclusion of an exclusive, intimate resort, they look forward to creating your next Whitsunday experience and welcome you to Palm Bay. Palm Bay is also an ideal location for groups of up to 50 or special events, weddings and corporate functions.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Gas
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
Palm Bay
Whitsunday Passage
Long Island,
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Bungalow

Their luxurious one and two bedroom self contained bungalows include a separate lounge and dining area and can accommodate two to four adults in either king or twin single bed configurations. Each bungalow is complete with ensuite, walk in wardrobe and private deck with hammock. Absolute beachfront, the bungalows offer the perfect relaxation experience.

Beautifully designed Balinese Inspired with Ocean and frontage, the bure has a separate ensuite and private deck with hammock.

Listening to the sound of the ocean lapping on the shore. The beach front villas can accommodate two people. The bed configuration is one queen size bed. Each cabin is complete with ensuite and private deck with hammock.

Beautifully designed Balinese Inspired with garden frontage and filtered sea views The bure accommodates two people. Each bure has an ensuite and private deck with hammock.

Divine and private with elevated views through the coconut palms the Hibiscus suites offer the ultimate private excape for those seeking an intimate romantic experience.

Featuring private sun deck and additional balcony, lounge with entertainment unit, Queen size bedroom with spacious en suite and kitchenette, the Hibiscus suite is for those looking for the tranquility and seclusion of your very own private retreat.

Platinum House

The ultimate in luxury resort accommodation; Platinum house is ideal for an exclusive romantic getaway, travelling families with older children, girls getaways, and wedding accommodation. Boasting a king size master bedroom with sunroom, large flat screen television, ensuite and bar fridge plus a second queen sized bedroom with an additional sun room for private relaxation. Platinum House has a fully equipped modern kitchen, dining and lounge area with television, DVD player and stereo plus a separate laundry and guest bathroom.

Perched at the top of a hill overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Coral Sea below you will be able to enjoy the wonderful views from your very own private expansive deck as you relax on the large wooden outdoor entertaining and dining area.

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