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Hayman Island by InterContinental’s all-new, all-delicious culinary scene

Sponsored by InterContinental Hotels Group

With five high-quality restaurants, Hayman Island by InterContinental is sure to set tastebuds alight.

The recently opened Hayman Island by InterContinental’s five distinct dining experiences are designed to capture the connection and heart of local Australian flavours – each brought to life with an extraordinary attention to sensory experience.

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

On top of that, the lucky few that land a stay will sample a host of exquisite cuisine, courtesy of the team at Hayman Island by InterContinental.

From Aqua’s poolside cocktail list that teams with Hayman Island by InterContinental’s fresh fruits, to Pacific’s gourmet breakfast served daily against the backdrop of the Coral Sea – among others – the resort’s food-scene will without a doubt delight guests.

Pacific

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The resort’s signature restaurant and bar, Pacific, takes guests from morning to evening, with an effortless transition from gourmet breakfast buffets to a sophisticated a la carte menu teeming with produce driven, flavoursome dishes.

Designed as a hub of connectivity, Pacific’s ocean-facing dining room and bar presents a contemporary twist on a classic brasserie celebrating Australia’s best wines, boutique beers and premium spirits.

Aqua

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Found on the edge of the Hayman® Pool, Aqua takes poolside relaxation to new heights with easy-to-share seafood dishes, seasonal salad bowls and tropical classics including zesty ice pops, fresh juices and cocktails.

Bathe in the beauty of the Whitsunday Islands as you savour the best of the InterContinental life.

Amici Trattoria

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Amici Trattoria is a place to fill the senses. Set against lush greenery and Amalfi Coast-inspired interiors, guests are welcomed into the warmth of Italian cuisine with a wood-fire pizza oven, theatrical chefs plating up dishes before their eyes and a dedicated kids’ menu.

Spark warm connection with shared pizzas, generous plates of handmade pastas and a modern drinks menu led by Australian-Italian varietal wines.

Bam Bam

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Located beside the Infinity Pool, Bam Bam serves up zesty Pan-Asian food infused with a fresh Australian twist. Wok-tossed noodles and sugarcane juices are packed with punchy flavours that tempt patrons back time and time again, as well as a bold, energetic and fun vibe.

Bar Fifty

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Resting in the epicentre of Hayman Island by InterContinental’s lobby, Bar Fifty is a meeting point for guests to convene over espressos, island escapades or classic cocktails and canapes. Home to an inviting ambience, grab a light bite to eat before a round on the resort’s golf simulator (pictured) or relax amidst the action – beverage in hand, of course.

Grove Boutique & Café 

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As the resort’s Hamptons-style retail hub and casual daytime eatery, Grove Boutique & Café is a hub of luxury retail brands, souvenirs, holiday essentials and relaxed barista-made coffee.

Offering a range of grab and go culinary options, Grove Boutique & Café is also home to a wide range of light, gourmet bites and cold beverages, as well as a dedicated ice cream bar and boutique wine cellar complete with bottled beers and Champagnes.

Private Dining Experiences

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Travellers are invited to indulge in under the stars dining, and secluded gourmet picnics on the beach, to create memorable moments with Hayman Island by InterContinental’s private dining experiences. Locations include Langford Island and Blue Pearl Bay, poolside cabana lunches, intimate private dining rooms and more.

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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