About 600kms north of Cairns, just across from isolated Cape York, Haggerstone Island is a secluded retreat offering a once in a lifetime experience of island paradise privacy. You’re not far from the Great Barrier Reef if you want to explore the area, and the diving is incredible, but you’re totally cut off, so you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do. There’s not much choice when it comes to the best places to stay in Haggerstone Island, there are only four huts, made of local timber, and surrounded by tropical gardens. There are also dams and an orchard, which help provide the food you’ll eat during your stay.
Roy and Anna Turner have spent twenty years creating the ultimate barefoot luxury resort. There are four huts built with local materials set along the beach of this stunning island, and all food is grown or caught on the island, and freshly prepared. A once in a lifetime experience.