The resort on Lindeman Island takes up only a small part of the island which is all National Park covering an area of about 20 square kilometres. This is a bushwalker’s dream island, with 19kms of well maintained walking trails throughout untouched bushland.
The most southerly of the Whitsunday Islands, Lindeman Island is a tropical paradise off the coast from Airlie Beach. From the top of Mt. Oldfield, 212m above sea level, the 360 dgree view is nothing short of spectacular. On a clear day you can see Hamilton, Whitsunday and Haslewood Islands as well as many of the smaller ones.
Humpback whales can often be seen from the shore, a sight not to be forgotten. You will also frequently find Dolphins playing near the shore. On Lindeman, golden orchids also grow on the mangroves at the end of the beach and over 90 species of birds dart through the trees.
Lindeman Island has many breathtaking beaches that prove perfect for snorkelling or simply relaxing. For those seeking more privacy there are a number of uninhabited islands just a short boat ride away. Lindeman also has its own airstrip.
Lindeman Island Resort
Lindeman Island resort was closed on 31 January 2012. The resort on Lindeman Island is no longer operational, however, a new island owner is currently planning the build of a luxury resort with an estimated completion date of 2022.
For other Island Resort options nearby, click the links below:
- Bedarra Island Resort
- Hamilton Island Resort
- Daydream Island Resort
- Hayman Island Resort
- Long Island Resort
What was Lindeman Island Resort like?
The resort offered guests a golf course, tennis courts and many water activities. There was also an abundance of deserted beaches to enjoy around the island.
Lindeman Island Resort was better suited to adults rather than families with young children, as it was the essence of sophistication and tranquility. The best of natural beauty put together with ultimate resort style living.
The resort provided Whitsunday Rooms in elevated locations overlooking the tropical gardens and/or the Whitsunday Passage.
They had private balconies or terraces and all were suitable for couples or families with king or twin bed configurations and a single sofa with cots available. Families of four (2 children, 4 years and above) got 2 rooms (interconnecting when available) at no extra charge.
Aquagym, Archery, Basketball, Beach volleyball, Bungee bounce, Bushwalking, Circus school, Club Med fitness, Dinghies, Flying trapeze, Game & reef fishing, Golf course 9 hole, Inter-island water taxis, Jet skis, Outer reef trips, Petanque, Sailing, Scuba diving, Scenic heli & seaplane flights, Sea kayaks, Snorkelling, Tennis, Team activities, Volleyball, Water polo, Windsurfing
You could treat yourself to any number of relaxing and invigorating therapies, such as a detoxifying massage, body wraps and facial treatments, the Spa Village on the island was guaranteed to melt your tensions away!