Beachfront Luxury Hut on Island off of Far North Queensland, AustraliaShelburne , Queensland (Australia)
This luxury hut in Queensland can accommodate four guests and is located on the northeastern side of the island, overlooking the lagoon and the Coral Sea. It has an open floor plan and is elevated off the ground to afford incredible views of the reef and the ocean. There are polished floors, glass doors, and timber shutters on all sides of the hut. Inside, there is a sink, a stove with one burner, and a tea kettle, as well as two single beds and a queen-size bed. Outside, there is a deck with patio furniture.
This is an all-inclusive glamping site, and all meals, adventures, and activities are included in the daily rate. Read More
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Hot plate
- Tea kettle
- Twin/Single bed
This is an all-inclusive glamping site, and all meals, adventures, and activities are included in the daily rate.
The organic meals' ingredients include fresh seafood caught daily, and herbs, fruits, and vegetables that are gathered from the orchard. Breakfast is typically fresh fruit, homemade muesli with fresh, toasted coconut, and eggs from free range eggs. Lunch depends on the catch of the day, which can include dishes like steamed oysters with sliced ginger and lemongrass or a chilled squid salad with arugula and lime juice, chili powder, and coriander. Other options include tropical crayfish thermidor, battered barramundi, fresh grilled coral trout, and red emperor steamed with fresh herbs, sesame oil, ginger, and garlic. Dinner is constantly changing but always includes an appetizer, a main plate, two sides (typically vegetables), and a dessert.
- All meals
Location + Surroundings
This property is located off of the eastern side of the tip of Far North Queensland, Australia. This part of the world is home to 70 national parks and two of the highest mountains in Queensland, Mount Bartle Frere and Mount Bellenden Ker. The breathtaking Great Barrier Reef mixed with the stunning Daintree Rainforest, the largest continuous tropical rainforest in Australia, provide the perfect setting for a glamping break. Guests can truly feel away from it all in their own tropical paradise. Read More
- Bird watching
All of the site's adventures and activities are included in the daily rate, meaning guests will be able to enjoy a wide range of thrilling activities. The property has a 40-foot boat that goes out on the water every day and is at guests' disposal for excursions. The offered activities are deep sea fishing, spear fishing, estuary/river fishing, skin diving, snorkeling, and bird watching. Alternatively, relaxing at the resort or perhaps taking a leisurely stroll on the beach are the perfect way to spend the day for guests hoping to enjoy a relaxing break.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No parties
- As long as you cancel at least 24 hours before check-in, you will receive a full refund.
- If you cancel within 24 hours of check-in, you will receive a refund for everything except the first night.
- If you cancel after check-in, any refund will be at the host's discretion.
- Refund does not include Glamping Hub service fee.
The daily rate is for a double occupancy (the per person/per day, all-inclusive rate multiplied by two). If a solo traveler would like to stay in one of the accommodations, the daily rate changes to $931.56 ($1,250 AUD) per night. Daily rates are reduced to $555.41 ($750 AUD), per person, for stays with six guests and $518.38 ($700 AUD), per person, for stays with eight guests. The daily rate for children under the age of 14 that share an accommodation with their parents is $286.92 ($385 AUD) per child per night.
There is the possibility of booking the entire island (all four accommodations) for up to 12 guests. The daily rate to rent the whole island is $5,067.70 ($6,800 AUD). Please inquire with the host if interested.
The hosts recommend guests pack loose, comfortable clothing, a hat, sunglasses, athletic shoes for reef walking, comfortable pants for bush walking, long-sleeved cotton shirts, and a camera. Island attire is typically very casual with bare feet. Expect 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius) in summer and roughly 64 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius) in winter, so pack accordingly. Read more