Bedarra Island House
If you are looking to unwind and escape the pressures of daily life then the peace, tranquillity and glorious seclusion of Bedarra Island is the perfect place.
Located approximately 4 kilometres off the coast of tropical Far North Queensland, halfway between Cairns and Townsville, Bedarra Island is an exclusive privately owned tropical island on the Great Barrier Reef.
Bedarra is the "mother" island in the family group of islands discovered by Captain James Cook in 1770.
The inspiring surrounds became the home of one of the original beachcombers, artist Noel Wood. Noel lived a most idyllic lifestyle here for nearly 60 years and several of his original artworks are on display in the Bedarra Island House.
The peaceful Bedarra Island House has been a place for artists and chefs to create, couples to indulge themselves and families to enjoy "quality time" together.