Daydream Island Is Open For Business
Daydream Island Resort. Image Supplied
Daydream Island has welcomed its first guests back to the resort, signalling its official come back as Australia’s most loved island resort.
Located in the heart of the Whitsundays, Daydream Island spans 1km long with coral and sand beaches lined by palm trees, a tropical rainforest and it’s own Living Reef bursting with marine life.
Evoking a sense of paradise, the resort has been transformed with new restaurants and bars, expansive suites looking out to the Whitsundays and an idyllic pool designed for that
Wallaroo on the beach. Image Supplied
Daydream Island Resort’s General Manager, Dawson Tang has led the renovation and re-build of the resort over the past two years and is excited to welcome guests.
“We’re thrilled to welcome our returning and first time guests to Daydream Island as we share with them the reimagined architecture, design and dining offerings. We have a special
connection with the Great Barrier Reef through our Living Reef and can’t wait to have guests experience the marine life from our new Underwater Observatory.
Living Reef resident Stingray. Image Supplied
The new look resort designed by architecture firm, Hunt Design, pays homeage to the beauty of the region and the heritage of the classic Queenslander. Public spaces such as
the Atrium have been created to be welcoming with the outdoors sprawling in, through colonial shutters, a vibrant green wall and an alfresco area looking into the Living Reef.