Hayman Island is an inland island that forms part of the Whitsundays and is located on the south shore. At 294 hectares and rising 250 metres at its highest point, the island features a sweeping expanse of beachfront and 14 hectares of tropical gardens and exotic flora and fauna. In fact there are a wide variety of birds and animals on the island including white cockatoos, painted lorikeets, kookaburras, kingfishers and rock wallabies.
This private island paradise has but one resort from which to enjoy the coral reefs, sun-kissed beaches and crystal waters of the Coral Sea. Located on the western side of the island and offering luxury resort accommodation, Hayman Island Resort features 160 stylish rooms, suits, penthouses and a villa. Each room features its own private balcony or terrace with views of the swaying palms, stunning swimming pool, lush lagoon or pristine beach.
This deluxe resort has a plethora of fantastic onsite facilities including 3 stunning swimming pools including the renowned Hayman pool at 7 times the size of an Olympic swimming pool, Jacuzzi, spa, sauna, 2 squash courts, a hair and beauty salon, restaurants and bars, a gym and fitness centre, 4 tennis courts, a 9-hole putting golf course, a retail arcade and more. But if you feel like venturing further on the island there are a great range of activities including catamaran sailing, windsurfing, fishing trips, private charters, diving, snorkelling and water sports just to name a few.
With a kaleidoscope of coral reefs and an array of unique island experiences, Hayman offers you an unforgettable holiday on Australia's most illustrious private island. Right on the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef, visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World and experience nature at its best. Take a trip by seaplane, helicopter or boat to Whitehaven Beach and bury your toes in the soft white silica sands seen nowhere else in the world.
For full details about facilities, activities and other travel related information please visit our main site: Hayman Island.
Hayman Island is currently closed until early 2019.