There are three ways to arrive to the newly re-opened InterContinental Hayman Island Resort: by helicopter, seaplane or onboard a luxury yacht sipping flutes of sparkling wine, while enjoying light canapés. Fly into Sydney Airport and connect to Hamilton Island Airport. Each mode of transportation immerses guest in the breathtaking natural beauty of the Whitsundays, part of the Cumberland Islands, located off the coast of Queensland.


Guest have a choice of staying in a luxury room, suite or villa located in one of three wings located at the beach, lagoon or pool.

One of the most stunning accommodations is the three bedroom Hayman Beach House. It’s ideal for a family of six and larger travel group, offering three suites with their own plunge pool. Located right on Hayman Beach, this house offers panoramic views of Hayman Island and the Whitsundays on the wrap-around balcony. There is also a gallery kitchen, and large bar, open living and dining room. 


Activities range from standup paddle boarding to a full day Outer Reef dive and snorkel excursion. Since this is one of the closest islands to The Great Barrier Reef, seeing one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World is a must. This world’s largest coral reef is home to over 600 types of coral, 1,600 fish species and 30 different types of whales and dolphins. Hayman Island’s PADI Open Water Dive course helps guests get certified.

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For those who choose a laid-back vibe, recline in a cabana and take a dip in the picturesque Hayman Pool. Another day spend it in the Spa sitting in the sauna, plunge pool and receive a soothing massage in one of the 11 treatment rooms.

There are five distinctively unique restaurants and bars including Bar Fifty offering a 1950s vibe, Pacific for a gourmet breakfast on Hayman’s beachfront, Bam Bam, Aqua and Italian delights at Amici Trattoria.

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To learn more visit InterContinental Hayman Island Resort.