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Hayman Island by InterContinental reveals Great Barrier Reef event spaces

Sponsored by InterContinental Hotels Group

Hayman Island by InterContinental is transforming meetings and events with iconic private island experiences, one-of-a-kind venues and an unprecedented level of service excellence.

Nestled at the northernmost point of the Whitsundays, with direct access to the Great Barrier Reef, Hayman Island InterContinental is redefining luxury entertaining for small to large events.

Discover the inspiration and expertise to make meetings, incentives, special events or weddings truly memorable with a selection of 15 indoor and outdoor spaces across Hayman Island by InterContinental. These include private beaches, canopied gardens, iconic pools, private superyachts, exclusive use of restaurants and bars and the world-class Langford Room.

Beach venues include Hayman Beach, intimate Coconut Beach and Langford Island, which is located 800m across from Hayman Island and accessed by private boat.

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Lagoon Lanai

Two iconic swimming pools offer business travellers the chance to place events close to the water, with large-scale gala dinners dotted around the iconic Hayman® Pool. Cocktail moments can also be enjoyed at Bam Bam Lawn, overlooking the Infinity Pool or long reception tables lining the tranquil lily Lagoon Lanai or Pool Lanai.

The resort’s garden venues are nestled among tropical canopies and Hayman Island by InterContinental’s wildlife, with spaces including Rainforest Grove, Coconut Grove, The Formal Gardens and The Eastern Lawn.

Iconic event experiences are designed to capture the essence of immersive luxury with mind, body and spirit connecting delegates to the island and their peers.

Groups can be immersed in the resort’s ‘mind’ activities, with yoga sessions on Hayman Island by InterContinental’s Coconut Grove, guided meditation sessions on Coconut Beach or hands-on massage workshops with Hayman Spa.

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Rainforest Grove

Groups can cultivate their team ‘spirit’ with snorkelling excursions in the Great Barrier Reef, coral rejuvenation classes, sailing competitions, day tours to Whitehaven Beach and more.

The final element of Hayman Island by InterContinental’s event experience collection is the invitation to fill the senses and nourish ‘body’ with mindful indulgence, taking groups through the unique flavours of the resort’s five distinct dining venues. Experiences will educate delegates on local produce and recipes while sparking warm connection through cooking classes and mixology moments.

Hayman Island by InterContinental is also a perfect setting for a romantic celebration of distinction, offering three distinct packages for weddings.

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Private dining room

Whether it’s to say, “I do”, overlooking the Coral Sea and Whitsunday Islands from a hilltop chapel or celebrating beautiful beginnings with an effortlessly glamorous beachfront cocktail party, Hayman Island by InterContinental’s team of wedding professionals can create a celebration that tailors to each individual couple.

Whatever it’s a meeting, event or celebration, Hayman Island by InterContinental provides an ideal setting for meetings, incentives and special events, connecting travellers with an iconic destination at every touchpoint.

InterContinental is offering agent the chance to win a three-night stay for two at Hayman Island by InterContinental with an exclusive trade incentive.

To find out more, click here.

To discover all you need to know about Hayman Island by InterContinental, click here.

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