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Lizard Island undergoes refurbishment


Lizard Island – Australia’s most northerly island resort on the Great Barrier Reef – has undergone a soft refurbishment to reflect the beauty and surroundings of its location.

The refurbishment sees a fresh look for the Lodge Bar and Osprey’s Restaurant, plus new furnishings for the Anchor Bay Suites and Sunset Point Villas.


The refurbishment includes new furnishings for the Anchor Bay Suites (pictured above) and the Sunset Point Villas.

The refurbishment is aimed at significantly improving the guest experience and reflecting the beauty of Lizard Island’s location, a rugged yet beautiful 1,000-hectare island sitting right on the Great Barrier Reef, fringed with colourful coral reefs.

The Lodge Bar and lounge have been transformed with the introduction of a brighter and more modern palette while Osprey’s Restaurant has been fitted out with a series of comfortable banquettes for more relaxed dining while looking out over the reef. The Lodge Bar has also been enhanced with new modern furniture and low height credenzas and bookshelves.

Lizard Island’s guest rooms have also been upgraded with the Sunset Point Villas and the Anchor Bay Suites refurbished with new furniture and striking colour palettes.


Large verandahs and daybeds are only part of the new refresh.

“This has been a significant project for us and we are delighted with the end result. Lizard Island now has a fresh, new look that accurately reflects the beauty of its surroundings here on the Great Barrier Reef,” said Robyn Pontynen, general manager of Lizard Island.  

Award winning Lizard Island is located right on the spectacular Great Barrier Reef. An idyllic retreat fringed with pristine coral reefs, crystal clear waters and 24 powdery white beaches, it offers the postcard perfect setting for an Australian island holiday.

Lizard Island boasts unrivalled dive sites and snorkelling with myriad corals, fish, clams and sharks to entertain. Divers can mix with green sea turtles and giant clownfish, and snorkellers are rewarded for little effort with 100-year-old giant clam gardens just moments from Lizard’s beaches.

Offering guests exceptional fresh gourmet cuisine from new Executive Chef Mark Jensen, guests can enjoy a candlelit dinner on the verandah of Osprey’s Restaurant overlooking the beach or a more intimate private dining experience – sand under foot, stars up above – with a 7-course degustation menu on the beach.

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