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About Lady Elliot Island

Stayz gives you a great variety of accommodation options for your stay in Lady Elliot Island Queensland Islands, including luxury resort accommodation and more.

Many properties in Lady Elliot Island offer great bargain accommodation packages to ensure that you enjoy your perfect holiday!

Lady Elliot Island: Snorkelling in Your Backyard

Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay, surrounded by crystal clear waters and intricate reef formations. You won’t have to travel far to see the Great Barrier Reef’s famous corals. In fact, all you need to do is step off the beach and into the ocean! Snorkelling and diving opportunities abound on Lady Elliot Island, but there are many other facets to this eco-friendly holiday destination.

Learn all about reef protection efforts as you wander along a scenic island trail. Catch the sunrise and sunset from the island’s quiet beaches. Discover the natural habitat of many different birds, animals and plants. And if you’re travelling with the kids, a whole host of activities await your youngsters.

All the holiday rentals on Lady Elliot Island are eco-friendly.

Beaches on Lady Elliot Island

Lady Elliot Island’s beaches are safe for swimming and lined by lush trees. These stretches of sand, parsed by pieces of coral, offer a perfect opportunity for beachcombing. Wake up early and see the sun rise over the Great Barrier Reef. If you miss the sun rise, you can also watch it set from one of the beaches on the other side of the island.

In season, observe sea turtle eggs hatch on the beach. They have been doing so in the exact same spot for over 50 years! Before setting foot on the island’s beaches, take note that it is a coral cay, so it can be uncomfortable to wander around barefoot. An easy fix for this is to bring sandals to the beach.

Snorkelling and Diving

There are 20 dive sites around Lady Elliot Island. In most areas, the water is so clear that you can easily see 20 metres beneath the surface. If you’d like to learn to dive, you can take PADI certified courses, with classes at all levels. The island’s waters are also optimal for snorkelling, including right off the beaches. A protected lagoon is the perfect spot for beginners.

Advanced snorkelers head to the western side of the island, where they’ll be able to spot reef sharks, mantas and even whales! To get to know the reef’s inhabitants, from colourful tropical fish to dolphins, you can join a guided diving or snorkelling tour. If you’d like to see the sea creatures without getting wet, join a glass bottom boat tour.

Eco Tourism on Lady Elliot Island

As an eco-friendly destination, Lady Elliot Island offers plenty of activities promoting responsible tourism. The Climate Change Trail is a self-guided walk, with a path weaving around the island. Interpretive signs along the way discuss the impact of climate change on the Great Barrier Reef, teaching people how to protect the heritage site.

To find out more about the island’s flora, fauna and history, sign up for one of the may walking tours. Birdwatching enthusiasts can venture along the island’s deserted beaches or further inland to catch glimpses of over 50+ species fluttering about. In season, participate in a turtle hatching tour to observe these tiny creatures take their first steps.

Lady Elliot Island for Families

Lady Elliot Island is a family-friendly destination, with many options for kids of all ages. Your youngsters can learn to snorkel in courses designed just for them. Reef walking is another popular activity. At low tide, a guide will take children to spot sea urchins and sea stars amidst the exposed coral.

During school holidays, there are programs for children, with activities centred around conservation. Throughout the year, spend some time at the Reef Education Centre, which is set next to a large playground. Alternately, explore the island’s easy walking trails at your own pace. A favourite with families is the Discovery Walking Trail, which leads to the island’s old lighthouse, built in 1873.

Getting to Lady Elliot Island

The only way to access Lady Elliot Island is by charter flight. It is possible to reach your destination directly from 5 or 6 cities in Queensland, including Brisbane, Coolangatta and Hervey Bay.

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