Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Top 5 Queensland’s Eco Resorts & Islands

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1. Lady Elliott Island

Lady Elliott Island is the annual breeding spot for Queensland's protected turtle population which visit the island between now (November) and late March to lay their eggs. Marine authorities in Queensland have already predicted a bumper season this year, so now is the perfect time to visit this wildlife paradise.

2. Kingfisher Bay Resort

Kingfisher Bay is a family-friendly eco-resort on Word Heritage listed site Fraser Island – the world's largest sand island. Home to the purest dingoes in the world, one of Queensland's largest ranges of bird species, and dubbed the whale watching capital of the world, Fraser Island is a haven for wildlife and eco-tourism.

3. Binna Burra Lodge

Binna Burra is an authentic heritage listed lodge, tucked away Lamington National Park in the stunning Gold Coast Hinterland, offering a genuine nature experience that can only be found in Queensland.

4. Bloomfield Lodge

The enchanting and beautifully remote, Bloomfield Lodge is one of Queensland's hidden gems. A luxury boutique hideaway set on the shores of the Coral Sea and in the heart of the beautiful World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest.

5. Bedarra Island Resort

The idyllic Bedarra resort, located 7 kilometres off the coast of Mission Beach in Tropical North Queensland, reopened only a few months ago following an impressive refurbishment and sustainability overhaul.

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