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Island Leisure Resort, Magnetic Island

Island Leisure Resort offers comfortable accommodation in a tropical village setting, 50 metres from the shores of the beautiful Magnetic Island. The resort has proven a popular holiday destination for Australian travellers and overseas tourists alike. Experience the tropical atmosphere in the authentic bure style units. Each bure is self-contained with hot plates, microwave, fridge, freezer, queen bed and bunks. Patio settings, fans, air conditioning and colour televisions with eight channel satellite television, are standard in all bures.

Island Leisure Resort has a wide range of activities including swimming pool, spa, tennis court, library, games room, licensed kiosk and barbecue area. A holiday at Island Leisure Resort allows you to explore the best sights and sounds that Magnetic Island has to offer. The island enjoys over 300 days of sunshine every year. Add to this the natural beauty of sparkling waters, colourful coral reefs and secluded beaches and you have a fantastic year round holiday destination.

Accommodation Options

Standard Bures Room


Popular Activities

  • Fishing - Beach
  • Sightseeing
  • Snorkelling
  • Beach
  • Reef

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