The luxury Bedarra Resort has re-opened in Tropical North Queensland, 17 months after feeling the full wrath of Cyclone Yasi.
Now with only seven private villas, the sustainable resort offers an intimate sanctuary for the handful of guests on the island at any one time. Having fewer guests has allowed the operators to reduce the environmental impact and introduce an off-grid hybrid solar system to power the island.
Offering a small number of private villas, Bedarra Resort offers an ideal corporate retreate or luxury incentive destination.
The island boasts 45 hectares of tropical rainforest to explore, fringing coral reefs to swim, an open-terrace restaurant, bar and lounge, and water sports ranging from paddle boarding to scuba diving and deep-sea fishing charters.