Lady Elliot Island

Lady Elliot Island

A nature lovers paradise located on the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef, 80km from the Bundaberg coast.

  • Breakfast & dinner included
  • Unparalleled snorkelling & diving
  • Eco-friendly accommodation
  • Well-equipped PADI Dive Centre
  • Fascinating Reef Education Centre

About your Island Resort

The small coral cay which forms Lady Elliot Island is a sanctuary for manta rays, turtles, migrating humpback whales and unspoilt reef, providing some excellent snorkelling and diving. The eco friendly rooms offer comfortable accommodation close to Sunrise Beach and daily activities are included as well as breakfast and dinner. Access to the island is via daily flights from Hervey Bay, Bundaberg and Brisbane.


Garden or Reef Units and 2 bedroom Island Suites offer ceiling fans, bathrooms and private balcony. Units have a double bed and bunk beds. Island suites are beach facing with kitchenette.


Swimming pool, restaurant, café and bar, children’s play area, PADI dive centre. Rates include glass bottom boat tour, snorkelling instruction and equipment and other activities.

How to Get There…

Lady Elliot Island is located 80km north-east of Bundaberg and is the closest Great Barrier Island to Brisbane. Access is via a light aircraft from Hervey Bay (40mins), Bundaberg (30mins) and Brisbane (80mins).

Room Type Occupancy Per person from
Garden RoomIncludes Breakfast & Dinner £179
Reef RoomIncludes Breakfast & Dinner £198
Two Bed Island SuiteIncludes Breakfast & Dinner £199

FREE NIGHT: 5 nights for the price of 4 valid 27 Apr – 11 Dec & 27 Jan – Mar.
Includes breakfast, dinner and glass bottom boat/snorkel tour.
Return flight transfer from Brisbane from £566pp & Bunderberg and Hervey Bay from £236pp.

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