While away your vacay days at Spicers’ new private island lodge in the Whitsundays
Always dreamt of relaxing on your own private island? Well, you no longer have to be Richard Branson to do so, because Private Collection by Spicers has opened a small collection of villas on a private island in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Apply for annual leave and pack your swimmers, as this exclusive-use tropical haven promises a peaceful and private escape.
Surrounded by the natural splendour of the Great Barrier Reef and located in the northern Whitsundays, Camp Island Lodge is a slice of tropical paradise – and you can have it all to yourself! Guests have exclusive access to the island during their stay, with the private oasis boasting four villas that sleep a maximum of eight guests. These lavish lodgings have been designed with the picturesque surrounds in mind, with large French doors and private verandahs opening up to beautiful ocean views. Each oceanside villa features luxury linens, comfortable furniture and Leif amenities, so you’ll be living it up in style and comfort. There’s also a fully equipped kitchen and dining room, where you can show off your culinary skills. If you want to go all out, you can opt to have your trip catered by a full chef service. Talk about bougie!
Onsite hosts will be on hand to welcome you once you arrive on the island, and they can help organise activities and make you feel at home. You can spend your days relaxing on the beach or those looking to adventure through the cerulean waters can use the provided kayaks, snorkels, stand-up paddle boards and fishing equipment. Camp Island Lodge also boasts a tennis court and swimming pool, and walking tracks where you are sure to spot lots of wildlife. Guests can travel to Camp Island Lodge via boat, though undoubtedly the most spectacular way to arrive in style is a direct transfer from Airlie Beach or Townsville by helicopter.
Exclusive use of the island and all four luxury villas starts from $2000 per night. To learn more, head to the Private Collection by Spicers website.