- About us
Bush walking through rainforest, snorkelling at Sunlovers Beach, tennis, volleyball, gymnasium, windsurfing, sailing, ping-pong, bocce, water aerobics, three swimming pools, spas, sauna, Board games, organised group activities, paddle boats.
It aksi has an open air cinema, jet skiing, parasailing, waterskiing, tube rides, glass bottom water bikes, dinghy hire, snorkelling, scuba diving, coral viewing and fish feeding
Originally known as West Molle Island, Daydream became a resort around 1933 when it was purchased by retired army major Paddy Murray and his wife. In 1947 the island was purchased by Sir Reginald Ansett. He closed the resort in 1953, dismantled the buildings and moved the equipment. Daydream was closed until 1967 when it was sold to a Gold Coast entrepreneur who re-established the resort. Daydream changed hands several times in the ensuing years before being purchased by its present owners, The Williams Corporation in November 1999.
Waterfall Cafe, Sunlovers Restaurant (premier restaurant), The Tavern (casual dining), Langfords Lounge (lunch and cocktails), Pool Bar (lunch and refreshments), Skip's Cafe and Bakery (lighter dining, sandwiches, cakes, hot dogs etc)
Island Resort;PMB 22 Mackay 4740;Daydream Island;(07) 4948 8488, 1800