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Hayman Great Barrier Reef - own your own piece of paradise

by Jeni Bone on 30 Mar 2011
Your own secluded Hayman Residence offers a slice of paradise, all year round. Hayman www.hayman.com.au
Long the enclave of discerning couples, families and its fair share of celebrities – among them Nicole Kidman, Jane Fonda, Chris Isaak, Ivana Trump, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Bill Gates, Rupert Murdoch, Olivia Newton John and Rod Stewart – Hayman can be yours, for investment or forever. Hayman has introduced beautiful new Beach Villas in the resort and is also offering a selection of exclusive properties for purchase for the first time on the island, designed by Amanresorts architect, Kerry Hill.

Hayman, the acclaimed private island in the Great Barrier Reef, is an idyllic choice for time away with family and friends – perhaps a brief visit by day or overnight stay mooring in the resort’s marina and enjoying all that this acclaimed iconic Australian destination has to offer?

Hayman is a pristine island experience of unrivalled natural beauty, while at the same time pampering guests with exceptional luxury delivered by the crème de la crème of resort inclusions.

Among the many exciting innovations for Hayman has been the introduction of new levels of resort excellence with the opening last December of eight magnificent Beach Villas on the shores of the island, offering incredible views of the Coral Sea and Whitsundays.

Internationally renowned architect, Kerry Hill has designed the villas, each providing 120 square metres of luxury.
Features include a large private pool in an open air gallery with a day bed, a private terrace, an outdoor shower, a stunning bathroom with an island bath and a separate shower.



A Hayman Butler is available to attend to reservations and resort and reef activities for villa guests while personalised services include daily offerings for breakfast and afternoon tea, tasting menus for the resort’s award-winning Chefs and customised bath menus.

Inspired by contemporary Australian design and built to the uncompromising standards of the famous Hayman resort, the exclusive Hayman Marina Residences and Hayman Private Residences will combine unsurpassed service and amenities to provide a rare ownership opportunity in one of the world’s most exotic locations.

Those fortunate to secure one of these beautiful residences will be the first ever to own a special piece of Hayman, offering complete privacy, high-end resort facilities and unrivalled access to the Great Barrier Reef.

The Hayman Marina Residences will be situated adjacent to the Hayman Marina, which currently provides a berth for the resort’s multi-million dollar fleet of luxury launches and other Hayman vessels and welcomes guests to moor their yachts or cruisers during day or extended visits to the island.

These residences will also benefit from their own private beach and other services, including access to the Marina berths and a new super yacht mooring facility.

Owners and guests of the the residences will have full access to the marina and the resort, which is renowned for its superbly appointed accommodation, indulgent culinary experiences, pampering therapies at Spa Hayman and wonderful array of island and Reef activities.



The Hayman Concierge will be available to look after any requests for owners and their guests – perhaps a formal dinner presented by the Executive Chef, tee off times at the nearby golf course, an ocean massage lapping the shores of Hayman or an adventure on the Great Barrier Reef and beyond.

More at www.hayman.com.au

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