Bedarra Island Resort

Location: Queensland | Australia

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

Fringing beautiful beaches and lush rainforest, the Bedarra resort comprises just seven private villas hidden amongst 45 hectares of tropical rainforest, offering solitude, privacy and sublime views over the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef. With a maximum of 14 guests at the resort at any time, you are guaranteed a sanctuary of seclusion and solace.
Perfect forThose craving complete and utter repose.
In the knowHave a walk around the island - there are some amazing viewpoints that you shouldn’t miss.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon
  • Peace & Quiet

Hotel Overview

Where

Off the coast from Mission Beach in Tropical North Queensland.

Rooms at Bedarra Island Resort

Oceanview Villas are nestled on ridges and have a split-level design with the bedroom and work desk on the upper floor, and living area on the lower level. 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. For the ultimate stay, The Point suite is located at the northern most point of Hernandia Beach and offers seclusion, isolation and absolutely breathtaking views. The large outdoor deck is designed to offer privacy and features a private plunge pool, daybed, sun lounge, casual seating and an outdoor shower.

Food and Facilities

The open terrace restaurant, bar and lounge are the heart and soul of Bedarra, where you can indulge in a delicious and ever-changing menu or enjoy a drink at the open bar. Enjoy a candlelit dinner for two on your own 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 with a group of friends or family for a bespoke tropical island experience. Other facilities include a swimming pool, guest lounge and a library.

Activities at Bedarra Island Resort

The Bedarra resort has plenty to offer in terms of relaxation however there are also a multitude of less sedentary activities available. These include sea kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkelling, fishing, tennis and self-guided interactive walks through the verdant rainforest. For the more adventurous, explore the outer Great Barrier Reef snorkelling trips or go Deep Sea Fishing Charters, both of which can be arranged by the resort.

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