Hayman offers unique and breathtaking surrounds for a ceremony, whether it be the Stella Maris Chapel, set high above the resort with spectacular views of crystal blue waters, or another personally chosen island or Reef setting.
One&Only Hayman Island, in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef presents astonishing natural beauty, restorative peace, indulgence and adventure. Australia’s iconic private island resort opening July 2014 is located off the coast of Queensland, nestled at the northernmost point of the Whitsunday archipelago, beyond verdant cliffs reaching into endless sky.
One&Only Hayman Island provides the perfect setting for couples wishing to celebrate their wedding or renew their vows. Offering a memorable island experience of romance and relaxation, One&Only Hayman Island caters for small intimate ceremonies or larger celebrations of up to 500 people and can also be booked exclusively for a completely private wedding experience.
The resort has a range of elegant indoor and outdoor locations for ceremonies including the exquisite Stella Maris Chapel, the lush landscaped tropical gardens, tranquil lanais, or an exquisite beach wedding. Couples can be transported to their wedding location in an elegant 1963 Silver Cloud Series III Rolls Royce.
Receptions can be held in a variety of idyllic spaces including The Formal Gardens, with its beautifully manicured garden landscapes or one of in one of the resorts unique restaurants. World-class chefs will create the perfect ambiance with mouth-watering flavours and delicious dishes personally tailored for your special day.
With direct access to the Great Barrier Reef and world-famous Whitehaven Beach, exhilarating helicopter and seaplane tours, diving, snorkelling and fishing adventures are the gateway to the natural riches of the reef. Water sports include water-skiing, kayaking, catamaran sailing, windsurfing and paddle skiing. Or simply relax and indulge at the One&Only Spa, which offers an immersion of total tranquillity with indulgent treatments, while wellness facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness centre.
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