Hayman's back to its best, naturally

Hayman Island.
Hayman Island. Tourism Queensland

HAYMAN reopened this week following a five-month forced period of closure to restore and repair the acclaimed private island destination in the Great Barrier Reef.

The extensive works carried out during the closure, which came as a consequence of the severe damage caused by Tropical Cyclones Anthony and Yasi earlier in the year, have given rise to refreshed and rejuvenated experiences.

Hayman presents an incredible new garden landscape weaving its way throughout the resort, innovative dining in the much- awarded restaurants, new resort and reef activities and adventures, as well as unveiling eight beach villas.

Respected landscape designer, horticulturalist and personality Jamie Durie has been recreating the breathtaking and tranquil Hayman garden setting.

This masterpiece of 16 hectares reveals a stunning botanical garden in which some 33,000 new plants and 327 new plant species have been introduced, providing tranquillity, colour and an incredible variety of perfumes as the native birds, butterflies and wildlife regain their wonderful island home.

In keeping with Hayman's culinary tradition, new restaurant concepts are being introduced in the beachfront Azure.

Hayman reintroduces its eight fabulous Kerry Hill-designed beach villas, overlooking the sparkling Coral Sea. Each features a large private pool in an open air gallery with a day bed, a private terrace and outdoor shower, and a vast bathroom. Villa guests receive a dedicated butler service and exclusive dining experiences including chefs' tasting menus.

To celebrate the re-opening, book a Hayman Escape and receive a $400 resort voucher to enjoy at this acclaimed private island destination in Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

The Hayman Escape is priced from $885 per person for three nights including:

Twin-share accommodation

Daily beachfront breakfast in Azure

Bonus $400 resort voucher per room per stay

The Hayman re-opening offer is valid for sale until August 31 and for travel from October 1 this year to June 30 next year.

Contact Hayman Reservations on 1800 075 175 or 4940 1838, email or visit Hayman.

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