For a limited time only, stay four nights and pay for only two at Daydream Island Resort and Spa in the Whitsundays, priced from only $375* per person twin share.
The deal includes four nights in a Garden Balcony room, a full buffet breakfast daily (children stay and eat breakfast free), a free mocktail on arrival, free WI-FI and a free holiday portrait during your stay.
There are also more than 20 free activities to enjoy including kayaks, catamarans, stand-up paddle boards, a stingray and shark feeding show at The Living Reef lagoon, open air cinema, rainforest walk and gym.
The deal is on sale for a limited time only until March 31, 2016. Travel is valid from now until 31 January 2017. Some blockout dates apply.
Room upgrades are available.
Daydream Island Resort and Spa is located in Queensland’s tropical Whitsundays in the heart of the magnificent Great Barrier Reef.
The multi award-winning resort is home to one of the world’s largest man-made living reef lagoons known as The Living Reef, a great selection of restaurants and bars, a fringing coral reef and a Rejuvenation Spa offering a range of health and beauty treatments.
Daydream Island also boasts action-packed activities including jet skiing, parasailing, reef fishing and day trips such as ahelicopter ride to famous Whitehaven Beach for a private picnic.
*Conditions apply: Subject to availability. On sale until 31/3/2016. Priced from $375 for travel from 22/02/16 – 31/03/16. From $380 per person, twin share for travel from 01/04/16-23/5/16; 28/05/16-16/09/16; 10/10/16-16/12/16; 16/01/17-31/01/17. Block out dates apply: 25/03/16 – 28/03/16; 24/5/16-27/5/16; 17/09/16-09/10/16; and 17/12/16-15/01/17. Children 0-14 years inclusive stay and eat breakfast free of charge when sharing a room with parents/adults and utilising existing bedding. Cots can be provided free of charge but are included in the max room capacity. Max capacity of 4 people per hotel room. Free Wi-Fi in atrium and all room types 24 hours a day. Valid for new bookings only. Prices quoted are in Australian dollars.