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Orpheus Island Lodge

Orpheus Island Lodge

Orpheus Island Lodge +61 7 4777 7377

Orpheus Island Lodge, Orpheus Island

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Discover one of only a few secluded luxury islands on the Great Barrier Reef that can be booked in its entirety for exclusive-use.

Orpheus Island Lodge is nestled among the Greater Palm archipelago, a group of 16 islands just off the Queensland coastline via a 30 minute helicopter journey from Townsville. The island enjoys a year-round tropical climate, with an average temperature of 29 degrees Celsius. Orpheus Island Lodge can become your own private oasis for a myriad of events including small conferences, product launches, corporate retreats or incentives, and private milestones. Comfortably sleeping 28 indulged guests in 14 rooms, we invite you to discover this idyllic island paradise for yourself and to be inspired by its natural beauty and surrounding aquatic wonderland! Stays at Orpheus include three gourmet meals daily; a selection of quality wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks; a daily curated Orpheus experience; and unlimited use of motorised dinghies, paddle boards, kayaks, catamarans, light fishing gear and snorkelling equipment.

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+61 7 4726 2728

151 Sturt Street, Townsville Q 4814

PO Box 1043
Townsville, QLD, 4810

In the spirit of reconciliation, Townsville Enterprise and Townsville North Queensland acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout our region and Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Townsville Enterprise a not-for-profit organisation and is the official Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO) and economic development body of the Townsville North Queensland region, extending from the Burdekin to the Hinchinbrook, west to Charters Towers, and including the central section of the Great Barrier Reef and its island communities of Magnetic Island and the Palm Island group.