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Bedarra Island Resort, Bedarra Island

Bedarra Island Resort is an exclusive private hideaway. A romantic rainforest retreat where a fortunate few can savour the finger things in life. Here guests can do as they wish, when they wish. A maximum of just thirty-two guests are accommodated in 16 secluded Villas, each hidden in the rainforest, only minutes from the beach. Superbly appointed, each has a seperate living area, spacious bathroom and king size bed. On the balcony, guests can relax in a hammock and contemplate the beauty and calm of this elegant retreat.

The daily tariff includes all meals and the cuisine is exquisite here. The tantalising menus change daily, within an emphasis on fresh seafood and exotic tropical produce. A popular lunch option is a romantic beach picnic with a gourmet hamper.

While the focus on Bederra Island is on peace and relaxation, there are also many activities to enjoy, such as catamaran sailing, paddle-skiing, fishing, snorkelling and diving day trips to the Great Barrier Reef, as well as motorised dinghies for exploring the island’s picturesque, private beaches.

Accommodation Options


Designed to blend in with the beauty of their natural surroundings, each spacious villa is nestled into lush tropical rainforest, providing total privacy. Interiors are contemporary and comfortable with separate sleeping and living areas. Bathrooms, including deep bath, are oversized and well stocked with signature Bedarra bath treats.

Split level Villa are located on the hillside offering stunning views over Bedarra Bay, whilst the Double Storey Villas are situated close to the beachfront and central resort facilities and offer tree filtered water views.

The Point

Accessed by walking a private rainforest path, The Point is located in a superb elevated beachside position. The floor plan and room inclusions are similar to those of the Split Level Villa with design features maximising the panoramic views. The large outdoor deck, perfectly positioned to ensure complete privacy, features a luxurious daybed, sun lounges and a private plunge pool.

The Pavilions

The two Pavilions are set in exclusive, private locations and have spectacular views over Wedgerock Bay. The spacious sleeping area features a custom designed ‘floating’ bed with a separate oversized bathroom with shower and deep bath. An expansive and beautifully appointed living area with a bar stocked to your choice, a large screen television, video and work desk with telephone and computer. The large outdoor area and deck incorporates a private plunge pool, large sun lounges, a daybed and dining setting. Every afternoon Pavilion guests receive a delivery of ice and sunset canape plate.

Hillside Villa


Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
  • Scuba-Diving
  • Seakayaking
  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • National Park
  • Rainforest
  • Reef

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