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Outrigger Beach Club and Spa, Cairns

Outrigger Beach Club and Spa is one of the most sophisticated boutique resorts in tranquil tropical north Queensland. Beautifully appointed accommodations overlook the golden palm-fringed beach at Palm Cove. Enjoy the exquisite lagoon swimming pool with cascading waterfall and tropical gardens. Cairns International Airport is a short 20 minute drive away. And take the scenic coastal highway to Port Douglas and the majestic Daintree Rainforest.

Palm Cove is the tropical destination ‘du jour’, a boutique beachfront village with an unmistakable charm and relaxed sophistication. The design of The Beach Club is pure tropics, lying somewhere between the ease of a Queensland colonial house and the elegance of Singapore’s Raffles Hotel, featuring a unique formal pool, Day Spa Centre, boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and conference facilities.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom Suite With Lagoon View

Two Bedroom And Spa With Lagoon View

Spa Room With Lagoon View


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Beach

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