Fitzroy Island Resort

Fitzroy Island is a tropical paradise of rainforest and beaches within the calm sheltered waters of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, just 45 minutes by boat from Cairns. Fitzroy Island Resort is ideal for families, a visit with friends or a romantic getaway with pristine beaches, spectacular walking trails, abundant marine life and endless activities. Come for the day or stay the night in our affordable 4.5 star resort featuring Suites, Studios, Cabins, Bungalows and a Penthouse. Spend the day exploring the island or simply relax by the Resort pool and make the most of the swim up pool bar! Kick back at Foxy’s Beachfront Bar with a cocktail in hand and soak up a famous TNQ sunset, followed by a spectacular dinner at Zephyr Restaurant serving up Modern Australia Cuisine with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. Other resort facilities include a games room, indoor movie theatre, resort general store, dive shop and Turtle hospital. Take a tour of the Turtle Rehabilitation Centre and learn about the non-profit organisation dedicated to the rehabilitation of sick and injured turtles. Tours run daily with a maximum of 15 guests. Activities include a water trampoline, kayaking, snorkelling, paddle boarding and exploring the islands walking trails ranging from an easy walk through the secret garden rainforest or a challenging hike up to the summit – great for taking photos of the magnificent view! Enjoy our daily complimentary activities with fish feeding on the Fitzroy Island jetty movie screenings in our 50 seat movie theatre. Visit our famous Turtle Rehabilitation Centre and meet one of these amazing creatures!
Fitzroy Island Resort offers guests the opportunity to intimately discover the magic of the Great Barrier Reef.

PO Box 3058, Cairns, 4870, Queensland, Australia

Ph 07 4044 6700




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