Daydream Island Resort
Daydream Island Resort was originally established in the early 1930’s and after various re-designs and refurbishments, most recently in the year 2001, the resort is looking fantastic. The new accommodation is of a high standard and great value for money. The resort itself offers such features as an open air cinema, a 19 hole interactive golf putting course, extensive swimming pools, the always popular swim up bar and some great eateries including Mermaids Restaurant.
Daydream Island also boasts one of Australia’s leading Rejuvenation Centres. With 14 treatment rooms, 2 Vichy showers, 2 Hydrotherapy tubs and more. Relax and indulge while restoring harmony and balance to replenish the body and spirit. Even for the day you can pamper yourself with a massage, facial, iridology, naturopathic consultation, saloon treatments and more.
Cyclone Debbie hit daydream very hard and the resort is currently closed down for refurbishment.
Anchorages and Mooring
There is a small man-made harbour on the North Eastern side of the Island with 6 moorings located just outside. To organise a mooring please contact the resort on 4948 8488.
Daydream is also home to Sunlovers Bay, which is a beautiful sand beach on the North Western side. Sunlovers Bay is serviced by one public mooring available to monohulls up to 20 metres and catamarans up to 18 metres. Again you will find reef protection buoys which you must be outside of if you decide to anchor. Daydream islands swift currents on both sides mean that anchoring can be hazardous in general though, so it is a good idea to leave someone aboard as anchor watch if you cannot get a mooring. Also, while navigating around the southern end of Daydream watch for the reef as it extends a long way South of the Island.