Bedarra Island Beach House is the stuff of dream holidays. An island set in the Great Barrier Reef, with an exclusive beach house and private beaches. Located 2 hours from Cairns International Airport, off the coast of Mission Beach, this location has got it all, Bedarra Beach House is located on Bedarra Island in the tropical waters of Northern Queensland’s Coral Sea.
Bedarra Island Beach House offers the ultimate in privacy, the island’s stunning natural beauty is highlighted by pure white beaches, turquoise waters, soaring granite boulders and lush green rainforest.
The beach house is architect designed for the tropical climate of North Queensland and is a relaxed pavilion style house that nestles high in the trees with stunning Coral Sea views toward nearby Dunk Island. The house has a stunning queen sized bedroom, a state-of the–art kitchen, a large slate bathroom that opens to the rainforest and elements, featuring dual access from the master bedroom and main pavilion. The house also has extensive timber decks; both open and covered, with a gas barbeque, deckchairs and hammocks. All windows have shutters and flywire screens and there are ceiling fans in all living areas. All the regular creature comforts such as LCD TV, Blue Ray Player and Ipod dock are included and powered by a sophisticated solar power system.
Due to a rare freehold title this exclusive island enclave features two private beaches, shared with only a handful of other residences. The Bedarra Island Beach House offers total relaxation that is far removed from the many commercial resorts of the region. An almost spiritual experience; the rare natural environment, privacy, seclusion and healthy living provide the ultimate tonic for modern life and the perfect romantic getaway.
There are plenty of great healthy activities to pursue by day at Bedarra, there are two private beaches only 2 minutes walk from the house. Doorila Bay is the best beach for swimming and relaxation whilst Coomool Bay is protected from the southerly trade winds and at high tide is like a turquoise lagoon. Snorkelling is usually good around the rocks. There are two sun lounges on the beach at Doorila Bay for first class lounging.
There is a tandem Viking kayak with viewing portholes and life jackets provided for use at Doorila Bay, perfect for a daytime picnic. Swimming is great all year round as the languid waters are clear, warm and safe. As well, there are a number of short walks with stunning views. Scenic boat tours can be arranged with recommended agents, as well as diving and snorkelling tours of the beautiful Great Barrier Reef.
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