One&Only Hayman Island

One&Only Hayman Island

One&Only Hayman Island, in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, presents astonishing natural beauty, restorative peace, indulgence and adventure.

Australia’s iconic private island resort opening July 2014 is located off the coast of Queensland, nestled at the northernmost point of the Whitsunday archipelago, beyond verdant cliffs reaching into the endless sky. Within this private island resort, stylish elegance reflects the harmony of nature with beautifully appointed accommodation set against the backdrop of the Coral Sea. Discover endless opportunities to delight the senses in a place where the beauty of nature inspires each day.

Relish in spectacular dining experiences, surrender to a signature Ocean Massage, explore private beaches and immerse yourself in captivating underwater adventures. One&Only Hayman Island is a unique destination of discovery set in one of the seven wonders of the natural world – Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Location: The Whitsunday Islands/Great Barrier Reef

The Whitsundays is one of Australia’s natural wonders – a treasure chest of 74 emerald islands set in a sapphire sea.

The island group lies midway along Australia’s Queensland coast, with the famous Great Barrier Reef reached after a short boat or seaplane ride. Airlie Beach is the vibrant hub of the region, and gateway to the islands – only eight of which are inhabited.

The islands and waters are rich with wildlife, the beaches and coves are places of magic. Sink your feet into the white, silica sands of world-famous Whitehaven Beach; hike an island trail to secret bays; or set sail across the sparkling azure waters, keeping company with the dolphins and rays.

Each of the inhabited islands is known for setting its own pace, offering a mix of popular resorts, gleaming marinas and exclusive retreats.

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest reef system comprising nearly 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands – it is also the planet’s biggest single living structure formed by billions of tiny organisms known as coral polyps. It stretches for over 2,600km, covering approximately 350,000 square kilometres.

A large part of the reef is protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which helps to limit the impact of human use.

Activities

With direct access to the Great Barrier Reef and world-famous Whitehaven Beach, exhilarating helicopter and seaplane tours, diving, snorkelling and fishing adventures are the gateway to the natural riches of the reef. Marvel at the shades of a thousand different shimmering fish – like the yellow-tailed fusiliers that brush close enough to touch your eyelids. Water sports include water-skiing, kayaking, catamaran sailing, windsurfing and paddle skiing. Nightly rates include the use of non-motorised watersports and selected resort activities including tennis, squash, croquet and golf putting and chipping.

KidsOnly provides children with the opportunity to explore a private island paradise. Activities include fun reef ranger outings, fish feeding, beach games, tennis, evening nature walks and visits to the famous Chocolate Room.

One&Only Spa offers an immersion of total tranquillity with indulgent treatments, while wellness facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness centre.

Within this private island resort, stylish elegance reflects the harmony of nature with beautifully appointed accommodation set against the backdrop of the Coral Sea. Discover endless opportunities to delight the senses in a place where the beauty of nature inspires each day. Nightly rates include daily buffet breakfast.

Suitable/best for

Couples
Families
Honeymooners
Small Groups
Solo Traveller

Dining: Dining Options

Restaurants and bars at the resort have rare character, with imaginative cuisines and fantastic vintages from the region and around the world. World-class chefs create the perfect ambience with mouth-watering flavours, from a tasting menu surrounded by the rainforest grove to laidback grills beside the pool.

Rooms & Accommodation - General Information

The resort hugs a pristine white sandy beach of over 2km in length. Accommodation is located in 3 distinct areas of
the resort, each different in style and ambience.

Room / Accommodation options

The Hayman Wing

Stylish elegance immersed in the sensory beauty of nature. Located on the tranquil eastern side of the resort, all Hayman Rooms and Suites in this wing have been newly refurbished with a unique substance and style. Generously spacious and set within a lush landscape overlooking a tranquil lily lagoon and moments from Hayman Beach and the Coral Sea.
All rates are per room per night based on single or double/twin occupancy and include daily buffet breakfast, use of non-motorised watersports and selected resort activities including tennis, squash, croquet and golf putting and chipping.

The Pool Wing

The ultimate resort experience featuring magnificent new Pool Suites perched over the iconic Hayman Pool with either direct suite swim-out access to the pool or the breathtaking Coral Sea views. All suites are only moments from Hayman Beach and the Coral Sea.

The Beach Wing

Hayman Beach offers a completely unique hideaway and is the ultimate beachside reef experience. This accommodation collection features Kerry Hill-designed Beach Villas, tranquil Retreat Rooms and a private Beach House creating the perfect setting for the quintessential luxury Australian beach holiday.

Penthouses

Located on the top floor of the Hayman Wing on the tranquil eastern side of the resort, these uniquely designed and furnished penthouses offer breathtaking luxury. All penthouses feature sweeping views of the Hayman Beach, the Coral Sea and the Whitsundays.

Getting there

Nearest major City/Town
Town – Airlie Beach

Air Access
Scheduled flight to Hamilton Island. Connect to Hayman Island by launch, seaplane or helicopter.

Seasonality

Hayman Island is open all year. Festive season rates apply between Christmas and New Year period. The best time to travel in the region is from April to November. From December to March is the wet season, when you are likely to experience high humidity and rain, particularly in the months of February and March.

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