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Elysian Retreat

By Ray White Whitsunday

The most secluded island retreat in the Whitsundays. Elysian is a blissful escape from the crowds on the southern point of Long Island. A 3 hectare private cove, surrounded by rainforest and all the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef. Elysian is a boutique island retreat with a small team of dedicated staff, including a private chef, to cater to a maximum of 20 guests. Allow time to slow down and immerse your senses in nature and island life.

The most secluded island retreat in the Whitsundays.

Elysian is a blissful escape from the crowds in Paradise Bay on the southern point of Long Island.
A three hectare private cove, surrounded by rainforest and all the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef.
Elysian is a boutique island retreat with a small team of dedicated staff, including a private chef, to cater to a maximum of 20 guests.

Allow time to slow down and immerse your senses in nature and island life.

Description:

Choice of King Bed or Twin Share Rates include: Continental and or cooked breakfast, picnic or al fresco lunch and three course gourmet dinner matched with Australian boutique wines. Fresh local & seasonal produce prepared by private chef. Fruit bowl in bungalow Sunset Cocktail & Canapes before dinner Non Alcoholic Beverages – Complimentary throughout your stay Park Entry Fees – Great Barrier Reef Marine Park & Whitsunday Islands National Park Use of all equipment – Snorkelling sets, stinger suits/wetsuits, fishing equipment, stand up paddle boards and glass bottom kayaks Magnesium Resort Pool Dedicated Resort Speed Boat at Guests Disposal for Day Trips or to meet other Whitsunday Tours Elysian Retreat is suitable for children 16 years and older. Please note cost of transfers are not included. Please contact for further information.

Source: Tourism Whitsundays.

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