Nestled in the heart of the Whitsunday group of islands off North Queensland's east coast, Daydream Island is ideally located close to the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef. One of few inhabited islands in the Whitsundays, Daydream is just 5 km from the mainland of Shute Harbour. Popular with day visitors, couples and families Daydream Island is a tropical wonderland and relaxing island escape right on Queensland's doorstep.
Renowned for its amazing natural beauty, Daydream Island is a place of sparkling waters, pristine beaches and lush rainforest. Experience the popular Sunlovers Beach with its live coral outcrops, vast amounts of marine fish species and more than 50 coral varieties. At the centre and highest point of the island you'll discover a lush jungle of dense tropical vegetation home to colourful parrots and cheeky little sunbirds where you can immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquillity of this relaxing natural paradise.
This exclusive and secluded island escape has only one resort to ensure minimum interruption to the natural environment. Daydream Island Resort offers a range of accommodation options for families, couples and groups including Standard, Garden, Ocean, Coral Ocean and Family rooms and a range of suites, most with its own private balcony and fantastic views.
Aside from the facilities of the resort, Daydream Island has a host of free activities including tennis volleyball, bocce badminton, giant chess, paddle skiing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing and much more. For a small fee you can also experience the best of the motorised activities including jet skiing, water skiing, banana boat rides and coral reef cruises. Perhaps you'd prefer to relax under the shade of a palm tree in a hammock with cocktail in hand? Whatever you're dreaming of, Daydream Island has it covered.
Please note, Daydream Island Resort & Spa will be closed until September 2018 for extensive refurbishments, with a planned re-opening date of 29 September 2018, with full opening of all facilities from mid-October 2018.
For full details about facilities, activities and other travel related information please visit our main site: Daydream Island.