Bedarra

Bedarra Island, Cassowary Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$1025 to AU$2075

When you just want to retreat from the world, there is no better place to escape to than the all-inclusive haven of Bedarra.

With just ten villas hidden amongst 45 hectares of tropical rainforest, Bedarra offers solitude, privacy and sublime views over the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef, with a maximum of 20 guests.

The open terrace restaurant, bar and lounge are the heart and soul of Bedarra, where guests indulge in the delicious and ever-changing menu, or legendary open bar.

Enjoy a candlelit dinner on a private beach, pack a gourmet hamper in your own dinghy for a romantic picnic on one of the nearby deserted islands, or book the entire resort for a bespoke island experience.

Sea kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkelling, fishing, tennis and self-guided interactive walks are all on offer, should you wish to leave your sundeck. Outer Great Barrier Reef snorkelling or scuba trips, or deep sea fishing charters can also be arranged.

Bedarra lies 10 kilometres off the coast from Mission Beach in Tropical North Queensland. Road transfers from Cairns take approximately two hours, with daily launch transfers from Mission Beach. Alternatively, 45 minute heli-transfers are available from Cairns airport.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Communal Lounge
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

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

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Via Mission Beach
Bedarra Island, Cassowary Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Oceanview Terrace Villas (Villa 12 and 13) are nestled on a ridge, offering mesmerising views over Hernandia Bay. A split-level design with the bedroom on the upper floor and living area on the lower level. The lower level comprises contemporary custom lounge seating featuring an internal daybed, LED television, iPod, tablet and pod espresso machine. Each villa features a private balcony with outdoor seating offering a secluded but spectacular place to relax and enjoy the enticing beach and bay views. Their Oceanview Terrace Villas both feature an oversized private sundeck with sunlounges and alfresco dining setting.

Total area of the villas are 76.5 square metres (56.5 square metres internal and 20 square metres deck).

Villa North-East (Villa 14) is the highest villa at the resort, offering commanding north-east views over Hernandia Bay. Villa North-East is split over two levels and designed to maximise the spectacular views with the bedroom located on the upper level and the living area on the lower level. The sleeping level comprises a King Size bed and built-in robes and the living level offers contemporary lounge seating, LED television, iPod, work desk, tablet and bar with a pod espresso machine. The large outdoor deck features a plunge pool, daybed, outdoor shower and an alfresco dining setting.

Total area of villa is 94.5 square metres (56.5 square metres internal and 38 square metres deck).

The Oceanview Villa (Villa 11) is nestled on a ridge, offering mesmerising views over Hernandia Bay. A split-level design with the bedroom on the upper floor, and living area on the lower level. The lower level comprises contemporary lounge seating, LED television, iPod, tablet and pod espresso machine. Each villa features a private balcony with outdoor seating, offering a secluded but spectacular place to relax and enjoy the enticing beach and bay views.

Total area of villa is 64.5 square metres (56.5 square metres internal and 8 square metres deck).

The Beach House

The Beach House (Villa 5) is situated right on the beach, nestled amongst the coconut palms and rainforest. Featuring a wet-edge plunge pool and oversize deck, it offers spectacular beachfront views. It's a two-storey design, featuring the custom lounge and bar on the upper level and the bedroom and bathroom on the lower. The lower level opens out onto the expansive deck, surrounded by rainforest-clad granite boulders and enjoys a daybed, sun lounges and outdoor seating. The bathroom spills out onto the rainforest deck to the outdoor shower hidden amongst the rainforest. Features include a work desk, LED televisions, pod espresso machine, mini bar, tablet and iPod.

Total area of the villa is 99.5 square metres (61.5 square metres internal and 38 square metres deck).

The Point

The Point (Villa 1) is located at the northern most point of Hernandia Beach and offers seclusion, isolation and absolutely breathtaking views over Hernandia Bay. The villa is split over two levels and designed to maximise the panoramic views with bedroom located on the upper level and living on the lower level. The sleeping level comprises a King Size bed and built-in robes and the living level offers contemporary lounge seating, LED television, Ipod, work desk, tablet and bar with a pod espresso machine. The large outdoor deck is designed to offer privacy and features a private plunge pool, daybed, sunlounge, casual seating and an outdoor shower.

Total area of the villa is 118.5 square metres (56.5 square metres internal and 62 square metres deck).

The Pavilions (Villas 15 and 16) are set in exclusive, private locations with stunning views over Wedgerock Bay. An open-plan layout is designed to take advantage of the spectacular views and create an inviting indoor/outdoor ambience. The sleeping pavilion features a custom-designed floating bed with a separate oversized bathroom with shower and deep bath. The living pavilion and bar offers contemporary built-in lounges, LED television, iPod and espresso machine. A work desk and tablet are located in the villa. The large outdoor area and deck incorporate a private plunge pool, a daybed and an alfresco dining setting.

Total area of the villa is 87.25 square metres (60.25 square metres internal and 27 square metres deck).

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