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Green Island

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Green Island - Green Island Resort. Copyright Green Island Resort.

Green Island Resort on the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most unique and memorable destinations in Tropical North Queensland. 'A coral cay, a luxury resort, a natural wonderland unlike any other - Indulgence, romance and adventure awaits on this tropical island paradise…'

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Situated on one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef, is another of nature's rare gifts – beautiful Green Island. This ancient coral cay is home to over 120 species of native plants, colourful bird and marine life and beautiful coral gardens to explore.

With just 46 luxurious suites nestled amid lush rainforest and secluded from the day visitor facilities, one of the hallmarks of Green Island Resort is its unique reef and rainforest setting. Green Island is the only coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef with a rainforest.

One of the most eco-sensitive developments in the world, Green Island Resort passionately balances the needs of our guests and the protection of our World Heritage environment.

As a national park located within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Green Island has been a popular day visitor destination for generations with guests from around the world experiencing this unique World Heritage area every year. By night, experience the pure serenity of your own tropical island retreat.

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Review date:   May 4, 2018 4:20AM
Review:   Decent place to sample what the Great Barrier Reef has to offer. But mind you, the reef around the island is pretty much dead, and the visibility in the water is not that good, considering the fact that you are snorkeling close to the beach wth lots of snorkelers muddying the waters. The cafe needs to be upgraded to provide better choices to day visitors.
Author:   Ameya Manohar
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Review date:   February 6, 2018 7:09AM
Review:   The staff here are phenomenal, great customer service with lots of nice touches to make your stay special. Breakfast is excellent. Would be nice to have more variety on dinner menus but the food was very good all the same. Lots of wild life to be seen all over the island - turtles and fish and even a few small sharks. Very cool to see. Be prepared: island is flooded with day-trippers from 9:00 - 4:00 daily, though there are many places to get away to.
Author:   Mike McCarthy
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Review date:   March 30, 2018 1:40PM
Review:   Very picturesque island. Sadly for us it was slightly less special due to the staggering amount of tourists. I appreciate that we ourselves are tourists but it was unreal. Our boat trip was frustrating as we managed to get a seat, I stood up to take a picture of my partner and some random person jumped into my seat and sat there for the rest of journey... Maybe it's because I'm British but I'm used to lining up with order, not jumping into somebody's grave and actually being pleasant to people. Other than that, nice trip!
Author:   Kirk Bolam
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Review date:   March 6, 2018 5:51AM
Review:   If you're in Cairns and have a day to kill on a limited budget, definitely go and check out Green Island - it only cost me $99 for the return boat fair that is only about 40 minutes each way. Ferry ticket included the choice of free snorkeling gear once you arrive OR a free ride on a glass bottom boat - I chose to go for the snorkeling gear, had a swim around and saw heaps of fish and other sea life amongst the coral, relaxed on the white sand beach afterwards on a deck chair with a cold beer, walked around most of the island in less than an hour, watched the crocodile show located on the island, and then caught the ferry back to Cairns - perfect day out for less than $200
Author:   Andrew Evans
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Review date:   May 15, 2018 12:21PM
Review:   Australian Paradise .7 star resort one of the 7 wonders of the world . Food , service is excellent our 5th time back ;)
Author:   Brazil Coffee
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