A recently renovated Daydream Island Resort to reopen
Much-loved holiday destination offers winter escape special for Queensland locals
The newly renovated Daydream Island Resort is ready to welcome back guests when it reopens on July 1, with a special winter escape offer for Queenslanders.
The only ECO-certified resort in the Whitsundays, Daydream Island offers 280 newly refurbished rooms and suites that feature the only Living Reef in Australia where children will be entranced by the Reef Ranger program and be able to snorkel with our friendly stingrays.
Evoking a sense of paradise, the island resort spans 1km long with coral and sand beaches lined by palm trees, tropical rainforest and its own 200m Living Reef bursting with marine life.
The Queensland Locals Winter Escape offer includes full buffet breakfast in Graze Restaurant each morning, free WiFi access and complimentary use of all non-motorised water sport and resorts recreational activities. Kids under 12 years stay free and eat free from the kid’s menu when accompanied by an adult.
- Package includes 25% discount off food & beverage
- Valid for travel from July 1 to December 20, 2020 and subject to availability, rates start from $125 per person per night twin share (min 2 pax per room). A $100 per night per room surcharge applies for stays 21 September 21 to October 3
- To book contact your local travel agent, call 1800 888 288 and quote LOCAL20 or visit daydreamisland.com
A strong advocate of conservation and education, the Living Reef, holds over 100 unique species of marine fish and 80 species of coral as well as nine new shovel nose rays and 10 new epaulette shark babies that guests will be able to enjoy.
As a further commitment to the health sustainability of the Reef and the region, Daydream Island has made a significant investment in a coral gardening edu-tourism project in partnership with the Queensland Government aimed at restoring and propagating vast species, as well as teaching tourists about coral recovery.
Lover’s Cove has 500 new coral colonies due to the resort’s re-propagation program and will offer a new eco-tour with the island’s marine biologists.
SOURCE: Day Dream Island