The award-winning Lizard Island Resort delivers natural beauty, uninterrupted. White powder beaches, natural reefs, crystal blue waters and a host of exciting activities will fill your days with unmatched bliss in a stunning remote island paradise.
Australia’s northern-most island beach resort is truly secluded from the mainland and the outside world. Lizard Island is located north of Cairns directly on the Great Barrier Reef and boasts 24 beaches, over 1,000 hectares of national park lands and a prized collection of 40 luxury beach suites.
Understated elegance defines the ambiance and decor of each accommodation. Earthy tones and crisp tropical colors blend with a variety of textures and finishes, bringing the coastal bushland inside. Set alongside Anchor Bay, the Anchor Bay rooms and suites feature garden or ocean views with direct access to the beach. Set high on Sunset Ridge, Sunset Point Villas feature views of the sea between the branches of eucalyptus trees. Australian timber chairs and a cozy hammock are found on the private deck of each Villa. The exclusive Pavilion is the ultimate in luxury and privacy, with spectacular panoramic views of Anchor Bay, Osprey Island and Sunset Beach. A spacious deck, plunge pool and private beach access complete this intimate retreat.
Dine on the lush grounds, on the beach with a private picnic or in the cozy Ospreys Restaurant with views over the seaside. Fresh seafood and local produce are highlighted on the ever-evolving menu. Day or night visit the bar and lounge to sample the best beers and wines from Australia and beyond, with an extensive list of cocktails, tropical juices and teas also at your fingertips. Luxuriate at the Azure Spa with a wide range of therapeutic luxuries to choose from, including massage, skin treatments and water therapy. Venture away from the resort by motorized dinghy or glass bottom boat for unforgettable experiences on the pristine Great Barrier Reef. Dive at Cod Hole to see a huge variety of marine life, fish for black marlin at the Ribbon Reefs or take a tour of the Lizard Island Research Station, a unique “on-reef” scientific research facility.Request Information