InterContinental Hayman Island Resort

Hayman Island is nestled in the spectacular Whitsunday Islands, close to the Great Barrier Reef, off Australia's north Queensland coast. This Whitsundays island is the most northern island in the Whitsunday Islands group and is renowned for its elegance and superior location. InterContinental Hayman Island Resort is a unique, luxury resort.

Hayman Island tours and activities are endless. InterContinental Hayman Island Resort provides easy access to the Great Barrier Reef. Guests can relax in the refreshing swimming pools, including the famous Hayman pool which is 7 times Olympic size. Hayman's stunning beach hugs the resort and is great for swimming, catamaran sailing and windsurfing. The crystal clear waters surrounding InterContinental Hayman Island Resort, are a kaleidoscope of coloured coral and tropical fish making this ideal for diving, snorkelling and visits to secluded beaches.

Hayman Island is a continental island of some 294 hectares, rising to 250 metres at its highest point. InterContinental Hayman Island Resort is located on the southerly shore fronted by a sweeping sandy beach and surrounded by 14 hectares of lush tropical gardens. A variety of birds inhabit the island, such as White cockatoos, painted lorikeets, kookaburras and kingfishers. Guests may catch sight of Hayman's colony of Proserpine Rock Wallabies during an island walk and experience the natural bushland and Australian flora and fauna.

Surrounded by idyllic coral fringed beaches and lapping waters of the Coral Sea, on the western side of the island, InterContinental Hayman Island Resort offers beautiful resort living in 160 contemporary rooms, suites, penthouses and villas. The accommodation on Hayman Island is situated in a number of wings including the Pool, Hayman and Beach Wings - all featuring private terraces or balconies. InterContinental Hayman Island Resort also offers luxury penthouses.

Hayman Island Restaurants provide a variety of dining featuring Australian seafood, Thai, Indonesian, Malay, Japanese, Chinese, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Dining is a true one of a kind experience on Hayman Island with the kitchen boasting 50 acclaimed international and Australian chefs. The resort operates one of the largest kitchen facilities in a hotel in the Southern Hemisphere.

Hayman Island is Australia's most celebrated private island destination, beautifully situated in the magnificent Great Barrier Reef and presenting an array of unique and memorable resort and reef experiences.

InterContinental Hayman Island Resort is closed until mid 2019.