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Daydream Island Living Reef

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Daydream Island Resort and Spa | PMB 22, Australia
+61 7 4948 8477
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Daydream Island Resort and Spa | PMB 22, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We travelled just outside of school holidays so pretty much had the resort to ourselves BRILLIANT for our family group of 16. We did a group booking through Flight Centre and it all went smoothly. Our rooms were located together and the dining options while...More

Thank Brendee23
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

Great place. Friendly and very helpful staff. Unique experiences such as the salt water lagoons with live corals and sea life. Very clean. We had one person called Lucinda doing our rooms. She was quick, very attentive to detail and very thorough in cleaning the...More

Thank ranjit248
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed this experience. Very informative talk with the marine biologists when I went in and fed the stingrays. I was fortunate to be the only one in the group so I had them all to myself.

Thank travelbug1959
Reviewed 13 March 2017

We arrived on this island around 2 o'clock. Thinking we could have some lunch. Well,...it was was dead. There were 2 or three restaurants, but only one was open and the kitchen was already closing. Shops were closed too. I was prepared that it was...More

Thank logowesley
Reviewed 10 March 2017

A great place for couples or families. Very clean facilities. Friendly helpful staff. Great views. Loved the wildlife

Thank Lesley R
Reviewed 8 March 2017

This attraction is at the Daydream Resort and is really cool as you get to experience the colours of the ocean without getting wet.

Thank Linda S
Reviewed 7 March 2017

My children aged 8, 9 and 11 did the Reef Rangers and absolutely loved it. It's so lovely to watch the fish swim around and learn a lot about these creatures. The presenter Nick was really good. The stingray splash was great although my middle...More

Thank Leanne F
Reviewed 2 March 2017

I absolutely loved hand feeding and petting the stingrays at the Living Reef on Daydream Island. The marine biologists were great and very informative. The stingrays are very friendly, and loved rubbing up against everyone. They blow bubbles at your toes and its the weirdest...More

Thank Kayla2013Travel
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Atrocious! Appalling rooms, apathetic staff, mediocre food and exorbitant prices to boot. I recall below a litany of abuse encountered: A friend had to wait four hours to check into a water logged room. Our keycards stopped working multiple times. We paid 20 bucks for...More

Thank Jay R
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

The marine biologists are very informative and make this experience very enjoyable..its great to see the animals are in a happy healthy environment

Thank Kimberly W
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tan149
Hi, To be able to see the living reef at Day Dream Island, do you need to live on that island or you can do day trip from Airlie beach or Hamilton Island? If you can do the day trip, whats the cost to view the living reef? Thanks TS
15 January 2016|
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