Daydream Island Resort
The Tropical Island Life
Daydream Island is one of seven islands of the Molle Group, a sub-group of the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland, Australia. The island is small, measuring 1 km in length and 400 m at its widest point. Following an extensive redevelopment since severe tropical cyclone Debbie. Daydream Island Resort now offers 277 contemporary rooms and suites with the choice of interconnecting rooms for families and special access rooms available on request.
The Living Reef Is Back Bigger And Better
The Living Reef, will be making its return to the island in an even bigger and better way, further cementing its eco-friendly and educational focus. The free form coral lagoon wraps 200m around the central building and holds over 1.5 million litres of water. Daydream Island guests are now be able to join the team of marine biologists in the living lagoon and feed the abundant marine life. Over 100 species of marine fish, coral and invertebrates such as starfish, sea cucumbers and crabs and also baby stingrays too. A new underwater observatory will also allow guests to view 4 metres below the water’s surface to watch the marine life in action.
Fine Dining And New Bars
There is an expanded food and beverage offering across the island with three restaurants and three bars including an exciting new Asian fusion restaurant Infinity as well as the private Teppanyaki Suite offering diners an unforgettable dining experience. Graze Interactive Dining will welcome the outdoors in with draping greenery and floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the Living Reef. It will be an interactive marketplace with live cooking stations and diverse dining options. Inkstone Kitchen and Bar will focus on modern Australian cuisine with local produce and Australian native flavours at the heart of the menu.
Activities On And Of The Island
With a host of activities for to experience such as snorkelling, helicopter tours exploring the islands and surrounding Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, fishing charters, sailboats and jetski hire. The resort will also feature an expansive pool, coral beaches, outdoor cinema, gym facilities and unlimited access to non-motorised water activities.
Deluxe Whitsunday Charters
Choose from our luxury Daydream Island charter options for your next adventure on the water:
How To Fly To Daydream Island
If travelling to the Whitsundays from overseas, fly into Brisbane, Cairns, Sydney or Melbourne. Then book a domestic flight into one of the two airports in the Whitsundays that service the Whitsundays region daily. Brisbane, is the capital city of Queensland, which offers the best range of connecting flights into the region.
Great Barrier Reef Airport, Hamilton Island (HTI)
Located on Hamilton Island, the airport is serviced by Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Qantas Link with daily flights from Cairns, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and connection points beyond. Cruise Whitsundays operates ferries from Hamilton Island to transfer passengers to Airlie Beach on the Whitsunday Coast and other island resorts.
Whitsunday Coast Airport, Proserpine (PPP)
Whitsunday Coast Airport is located near Proserpine, approximately 25 minutes from Airlie Beach. The airport is currently serviced by three domestic carriers Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Tiger Airways.
Island ferry transfers are available through Cruise Whitsundays
Visiting Whitsundays By Road
The Bruce Highway is the major highway linking all Queensland’s coastal towns and cities. This main road runs through Proserpine and Bowen, with Airlie Beach located approximately 20 minutes drive off the Bruce Highway at Proserpine. Just follow the signs to Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday Islands along Shute Harbour Road.