Scenic flights to Lady Elliot Island depart daily from four (4) convenient departure points - Bundaberg (30mins), Hervey Bay/Fraser Coast (40mins), Brisbane (Redcliffe - 80mins) or the Gold Coast (100mins).

Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort

$149 - $399 AUD (Australian Dollars)

Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of Australia's World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef, 80 kilometres north-east of Bundaberg (north of Fraser Island). Situated within a highly protected 'Green Zone', the Island is a sanctuary for over 1200 species of marine life and is renowned for an abundance of manta rays, turtles, reef sharks, amazing array of spectacular marine life and unspoilt coral reef.

Lady Elliot Island is regarded as one of the best snorkelling and diving destinations on the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy a glass bottom boat/guided snorkel tour, snorkel safari, snorkel straight off the beach, dive spectacular dive sites, guided reef walk, witness the magic of bird and turtle nesting and hatching season, or watch migrating humpback whales blow and breach (in season).

The unpretentious 41 room Eco Resort strives to provide guests with a genuine eco-tourism experience ranging from Eco Cabins (tents) to Two Bedroom Island Suites. In keeping with the natural, eco-friendly lifestyle there are no telephones, television or radios and all rooms are fan cooled.

Lady Elliot Island is only accessible by plane, scenic flights depart daily from Bundaberg, Hervey Bay/Fraser Coast, Brisbane (Redcliffe) and the Gold Coast.

Opening hours

8.00am to 5.00pm Daily

  • Cafe/ Coffee Shop
  • Cot Available
  • Fridge
  • Guest Laundry
  • Highchair Available
  • Linen Provided
  • Non-Smoking Indoors
  • Restaurant Licenced
  • Shared Bathroom
  • Shop / Kiosk
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Toilet

2010, 2011 & 2012 Winner of the Fraser Coast Environmental Tourism Award2012 Finalist - Queensland Tourism Awards - Steve Irwin Award for Ecotourism


Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort has been awarded Advanced Eco Accreditation by Ecotourism Australia and we are committed to preserving the natural environment of the Great Barrier Reef. Our goal is to work in harmony with nature for the benefit of future generations. The resort has built a hybrid solar power station on the island to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.