A seaside sanctuary with a focus on sustainability
- Ten ocean-front villas
- Outdoor pool
- Spa treatments
- Paddle boarding
Look no further than the Great Barrier Reef’s first fully solar-powered resort for an eco-friendly escape. With a private cove and the Conway National Park serving as your playground, you can’t help but fall in love with this idyllic part of the world.
Seclusion is a guarantee, as this exclusive sanctuary of ten ocean-front villas only allows a maximum of 20 guests at a time. Each air-conditioned villa looks out across the ocean, mountains and rainforest, with expansive windows and balconies to aid you with soaking in the views. Airy interiors feature fresh colours and wooden furnishings, while outdoor showers, snug daybeds and hammocks strung across the decks encourage you to ease into tranquil island life.
The retreat’s pool promises more than just refreshment, with magnesium mineral water, reducing body pains and relieving stress and anxiety. Continuing with the theme of rejuvenation, the on-site spa, which draws inspiration from ancient healing systems, promises the most revitalizing massages and facials.
Dishes inspired by the region and created with fresh produce from the resort’s own garden can be enjoyed at the restaurant. The menus change daily, a three-course dinner is hosted every night, and picnic hampers can be arranged for day trips. When guests aren’t feasting or relaxing on the beach, activities, including an array of water sports, are available.