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Discover adventure on Hayman Island by InterContinental

Sponsored by InterContinental Hotels Group

Hayman Island by InterContinental is inviting guests to enter a world of destination-inspired activities during their stay.

Each experience – both on island and off – delivers a meaningful connection to Australia’s most picturesque surrounds; where diving the Great Barrier Reef, venturing out on tropical hikes and sailing the Coral Sea are but the beginning.

To celebrate the recent opening of Hayman Island, InterContinental is offering agents the chance to win a three-night stay for two in one of Australia’s most iconic private island resorts with an exclusive trade incentive.

Hayman Island discover

Nestled at the northernmost point of Australia’s Whitsunday archipelago, Hayman Island by InterContinental unlocks the heart of the Great Barrier Reef by placing the traveller moments away from Langford Island, Bali Hai, Blue Pearl Bay and Hook Island. It also gifts direct access to the region’s icons through exclusive partnerships with Ocean Dynamics and Helireef.

Ocean Dynamics delivers unforgettable on-water experiences that immerse travellers in the Whitsundays most beautiful seascapes and marine life. Spend the day diving or snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef or take a signature day tour to Whitehaven Beach to lay footprints on some of the world’s pristine white sands.

The Ocean Dynamics suite of signature experiences include Sea Scooter Underwater Tours, guided jet ski adventures, diving experiences, glass bottom boat cruises, and more. The tour operator also offers a collection of luxury vessels available for sunset sails, island escapes and private charters for guests to enjoy.

Hayman Island discover

Alternatively, explore the Whitsunday Islands by air with private helicopter tours and seaplane adventures with Hayman Island by InterContinental partner Helireef. Marvel at the romantic Heart Reef from above; fly over Whitehaven Beach’s iconic turquoise waters and sand swirls; or touch down on secluded bays for bespoke gourmet picnics – it’s the travellers’ choice.

Hayman Island by InterContinental’s attractions can be explored on foot using bushland walking tracks and guided nature trails that connect to secluded coves and beaches. Noteworthy natural attractions include Blue Pearl Bay, Coral Beach and Langford Island, which can be accessed by a short speedboat journey.

Furthermore, guests will also find two iconic swimming pools, Hayman Beach and the adults-only Coconut Beach close to their accommodations.

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The resort also offers a range of sports at its recreational centre, including tennis courts, tennis lessons, squash courts, basketball, croquet, soccer, bocce, pool and foosball. Meanwhile, complimentary water activities await on Hayman Beachfront with kayaks, pedal boards, non-motorised catamarans and wind surfers. The resort also has state-of-the-art gym facilities and classes, a dedicated water activity centre, fishing vessels, a golf simulator and more.

Hayman Island discover

Hayman Island by InterContinental is offering agent the chance to win a three-night stay for two in Australia’s most iconic private island resort with an exclusive trade incentive.

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