Brampton Island Australia
Off shore from Mackay in the Mackay Region, Queensland, Australia
Located at the base of the world-renowned Whitsunday Island Passage, 32km North-East of Mackay and 50km South of Hamilton Island, Brampton Island is the ideal haven for couples seeking a romantic escape. This large and beautiful National Park Island is surrounded by sparkling azure waters, twelve golden sandy beaches, coral gardens and an array of National Park walking and jogging tracks – each affording spectacular views or the perfect secluded beach for a romantic picnic.
With fewer rooms than many of the resorts at the nearby Whitsunday Group of Islands, and with no day trippers to interrupt the peace and solitude, you will undoubtedly find a special place for you and your partner to be truly as one. To reconnect with your true self and your partner, we simply recommend you leave the kids at home! Brampton is all about fun, reward, romance, adventure or pure escapism.
Brampton has twelve beautiful beaches, with seven being easily accessible via the National Park walking trails. Just off shore is a diverse range of fringing reefs where you can discover an amazing array of marine life and soft and hard corals. After an adventure of snorkelling and exploring, treat yourself and your partner to a rejuvenating massage, facial, or body wrap in The Sea Spa.
Brampton has a rhythm of its own and there are activities to enjoy at every imaginable tempo – from fast and furious water sports and heart-thumping sports activities, to relaxing by the pool or enjoying a rejuvenating massage. As the sun sets, the fun continues and we invite you to join in the lively atmosphere of our theme nights and live entertainment.
The Brampton Island team is delighted to assist you with planning your days and arranging your activities. It’s your choice to do it all or do nothing at all.
Other Brampton-Island Resorts
Dunk Island is Australia’s most beautiful tropical rainforest island. This island of peace and plenty offers an amazing variety of activities, facilities and experiences.
It was known to the first inhabitants as ‘Coonanglebah’ – the Island of Peace and Plenty. Today, Dunk Island continues to be Australia’s most beautiful rainforest island.
With an enormous variety of activities to choose from, it’s hard deciding what to do next. You could start the day with a rainforest walk and take in the spectacular views from the summit of Mt Kootaloo. After breakfast, explore one of the National Park walking trails through the rainforest and later perhaps a snorkel at Muggy Muggy Beach. During lunch you can plan the afternoon ahead. Perhaps some water skiing followed by a game of tennis. Or should that be kayaking followed by squash?
Alice Springs Resort
What many refer to as the best accommodation in town, Alice Springs Resort combines efficient and friendly outback service with modern, comfortable facilities. Low rise architecture and lush green lawns contribute to the relaxed atmosphere of our award-winning resort, situated on the banks of the famous Todd River with its magnificent river red gums.
You could be riding a camel down a dry river bed or watching the old Ghan steam into the station; maybe you’re sailing above the mighty MacDonnell Ranges in a hot air balloon or enjoying bush tucker under the stars: no matter what you do in and around Alice Springs, you’ll discover that the romance of outback Australia is alive and well.
Ayers Rock Resort
Regardless of where you stay while you’re at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, from the sanctuary of one of the five hotels, or the intimacy of Voyages Ayers Rock Resort Campground, you can experience the beauty of the living cultural landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, in Australia’s Northern Territory.
With over 65 tours, local activities and attractions within the Resort and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, your days will be action-packed. Ride a camel across the desert dunes. Hop on a Harley, or embark on a base walk of Uluru (Ayers Rock).
If you’re looking for relaxation and pampering after a day of discovering the outback, visit the latest edition to the Voyages Spa collection, the beautiful Red Ochre Spa. The Red Ochre Spa has been designed with total indulgence in mind – a sanctuary where guests exchange stressed states for tranquility. The Red Ochre Spa is located within Sails in the Desert Hotel, at Ayers Rock Resort.
El Questro Homestead
Explore the 200 foot escarpments of the ancient Chamberlain Gorge by boat. Take a helicopter to remote waterholes in search of the prized barramundi, or view the magnificent beehive-shaped sandstone formations of the World Heritage-listed Bungle Bungles.
Book a table for two on a private cliff top, take a gourmet picnic to a pristine rock pool, or share a bottle of Champagne by a cascading waterfall. El Questro Homestead's ever-changing menu of contemporary cuisine and wine is served to guests in the setting of their choice.
After exploring places few have ever seen in this dramatic land of extremes, there's always a chance to relax and ponder it all. Soak away your cares in the thermal Zebedee Springs. Curl up under an ancient boab tree with a book, or simply join the local wallaby population and lounge in the shade.
Look forward to some breathtaking experiences at El Questro, your homestead.
Children 12 years and under are not catered for at El Questro Homestead.
PERFECT YOUR DREAM VACATION
Great Barrier Reef
At Bedarra Island, guests can do as they wish, when they wish. A maximum of just 32 guests are accommodated in 16 secluded villas, hidden in the rainforest, only minutes from the beach. Superbly appointed, each villa has a separate living area, contemporary bathroom and king size bed. On the balcony, guests can relax in a hammock and contemplate the beauty and calm of this elegant retreat.