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Poruma Island Resort, Thursday Island

Situated right on white sandy beach, the distinctive island designed huts let you truly get away from the world. Of wooden construction with thatched roofs, the huts have king size beds dropping down to your private plunge pool and ensuite fitted with all the amenities. You will want for nothing.

The open lounge and dining area look out over the beach to the turquoise sea and stunning sun sets.
Enjoy a swim or a snorkel, reef walking or fishing with the locals, and if that seems too hard, just relax and do nothing.

The perfect place to get away from the world and be looked after. That’s what a relaxing holiday is all about.

Accommodation Options


Luxury Island-style bungalows in an airy open style flowing from the king size bed at one end, to the plunge pool and ensuite, to the open lounge and dining area overlooking the white sandy beach.


Popular Activities

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  • Scenic Flight
  • Sightseeing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • Reef

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