Escape to… Lizard Island |Cairns, Australia

Lizard Island is truly secluded from the rest of the world. With 24 powdery-white beaches and 40 luxurious suites, it is the most northern resort in tropical Queensland and is located directly on the Great Barrier Reef.

A National Park covering 1,013 hectares with 24 sandy beaches and a lagoon, Lizard Island is accessible only by private charter from Cairns Airport in northern Queensland, Australia. Cairns Airport is accessible from all major Australian airports and directly from some cities in Asia.

The island is reserved for the fortunate few who will experience an unforgettable holiday like no other. Enjoy secluded picnics and sunset beach degustation on private beaches, five star cuisine in the beautiful Salt Water restaurant and indulgent spa treatments in the Essentia Day Spa. Relax in style in premium accommodation and take in the wonders of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – right on your doorstep.

View of a room interior

Location:  Lizard Island via Cairns Great Barrier Reef , Australia
Distance from Airport:  Cairns Airport  (CNS) approx. 60 min. flight away

Lizard Island makes a unique Australian“Escape”. Lizard Island is one of Australia’s most remote and breathtaking locations and boasts amazing natural wonders all year round. Lizard Island National Park
Its beauty and wilderness are distinctive, and Lizard Island was declared a National Park in 1937, while its surrounding water was declared a Marine Park in 1974. Experience the natural island wonders on a guided interpretive walk or view our marine and terrestrial presentations, scheduled throughout the week, with our naturalist. To book your  Lizard Island “Escape” contact me at karen.holmes@mei-travel.com!

 

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