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Why you should visit Hayman Island?

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Part of the famous Whitsunday group of islands, (the northern most) Hayman Island is renowned for it’s service, luxury and superior location. It is also the nearest resort in the Whitsundays, to the Great Barrier Reef.)

From 1999 to 2001this beautiful resort, built around a’ half moon’ shaped beach had an Au $18.000.000 facelift adding new accommodation, in keeping with it’s world class rating. Throughout the resort there are beautiful cascading waterfalls, shady ponds, tropical gardens, walkways and open air lanais, (A porch-like room or open sided living room) At night you can enjoy an intimate candlelight dinner, with your own private balcony as the setting. Romance doesn’t get any better than that! Or, if you wish, dine at an outstanding international restaurant, with fine food and music.

As Marie Caire (Australia’s biggest selling fashion magazine says) ”Relax and enjoy the laid-back luxury that Hayman delivers so effortlessly. Hayman is definately the place to go if you want to see what it feels like to be, never have to raise a finger rich, without having to spend a fortune at some awesome expensive overseas resort”

As you would expect from a top Resort, there is no shortage of spectacular things to see and do on Hayman Island. It’s all about pampering yourself, from the beautiful bushlands, beaches and of course the Great Barrier Reef to the magnificent sports and leisure facilities. Diving, snorkelling or view the reef from above, by helicopter or seaplane.

Why you should visit Hayman Island?

Why not see the coral up close by Launch or take a dinghy and discover a deserted island. Or for the thrillseeker, how about a bit of Game Fishing, (Big game fishermen come to Hayman in September, October and November in search of the magnificent Black Marlin.), charter a yatch (and a skipper if need be) and wind down with a romantic cruise at sunset.