Haggerstone Island is a 42-hectare uninhabited island, only accessible by chartered aircraft and a boat ride. The remote setting is surrounded by lush green jungle, ivory sand beaches and azure blue lagoons. Buildings resemble Thai-style structures, built with open sides, wide verandas and soft-edged wood. Haggerstone Island is an incredibly special place at the heart of one of Australia’s most quintessential destinations, the Great Barrier Reef.
The island is so remote it doesn’t receive phone service, giving you the chance to enjoy uninterrupted time with your loved ones. Explore the island by foot, viewing the prolific birdlife on the island, or spend your days diving, snorkelling and fishing in the crystal-clear lagoons. Occupy your evenings in the gorgeous custom-built buildings, relishing the fresh ocean breeze and a calm, quiet mind.
Haggerstone Island is mostly self-reliant and much of the produce is either caught fresh on the island or picked from their carefully curated garden. This reliance on the island for nourishment is enriching and will leave you feeling healthier and happier than when you arrived.