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South Long Island, Qld

Approximately 20 minutes from both Shute Harbour and Hamilton Island.

The southern section of this appropriately-named Long Island - it is 9km long and up to 2km wide (at one point it is only a few hundred metres wide). The island is 1215 hectares of National Park which is characterised by rugged terrain.

There is a path between the two resorts on the northern section of the island. The South Long Island Nature Lodge on the southern section of the island can only be reached by aircraft or boat.

South Long Island Nature Lodge

A secluded island retreat catering for a maximum of ten guests with fine dining, premium Australian wines, and personalized service, in a friendly, homely atmosphere and a spectacular unspoilt natural environment.

The all inclusive tariff includes helicopter tours plus private yacht cruises to explore the coral gardens, deserted beaches and unique wildlife of the surrounding Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. A perfect escape for couples and singles seeking a truly unique experience (no single surcharge applies).

South Long Island Nature Lodge consists of just ten beautiful waterfront bungalows and an open dining gazebo overlooking the private beach of Paradise Bay - the most secluded and unspoilt location in the Whitsundays.

Your private waterfront bungalow is one of only ten on the foreshore surrounded by rainforest - with spectacular views of the sunlight dancing across the water of Paradise Bay.

The Lodge owns and operates its own 34 foot sailing catamaran and 18 foot power boat, with an experienced local skipper and guide. They are available all day to take guests exploring the dozens of islands, coral gardens & deserted beaches surrounding South Long Island.

On one of your days at the Lodge, a helicopter picks you up for a morning of adventure, visiting two of the world's most beautiful natural phenomena - the outer Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach.

Our chef will create an exquisite fine dining experience each day. A constantly changing menu, created with fresh local produce, including some of the best seafood in the world, can be individually tailored for guests specific tastes and dietary requirements.

Dinner is usually enjoyed under a thousand star sky overlooking the beach - fine dining accompanied by excellent Australian wine, good conversation, a warm, gentle breeze off the ocean, and the clearest night sky you'll ever see.

Further Information

South Long Island Lodge +617 4946 9777