A great view of Watson's Bay and the resort on the hike up to Cook's Look.. It's a 1.5 mile hike with 1,000 foot elevation gain. Views like this along the way and atop this historical spot where Captain James Cook (I guess he was actually a Lieutenant when he did this) came to get a view of the area when he was here in the 1770's. And the swim in the bay afterwards was really rewarding too.
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Great Way to Experience the Reef
My first time to the Great Barrier Reef and I was really taken with this beautiful island and resort. The place is beautiful and very comfortable. You have great access to several delightful beaches and of course to the Reef itself, which is incredible. The staff is really friendly and helpful. The island is outside the box jelly fish zone (which hang our closer to the mainland), and that is a really nice bonus. The restaurant at the lodge has wonderful food from master chef Anthony Healy. You won't want to leave!
This is the beach club where hotel guests get access to the myriad of beach and water sports fun to be had at Lizard. They've got your complementary fins, mask and snorkel, which you can use just by walking to any of the beaches around the property and the viewing is incredible. They also have paddleboards, cataramarans, and dinghies in which they will take you to more isolated beaches. And of course, for additional charge, they have boats, dive masters and equipment to take you for scuba diving in the nearby and outer reef. Not to be missed!
The Great Barrier Reef advantages are vast even with a little rain. Stand up paddle, glass bottom kayaking. View huge clams and the beauty of the under water life. Staff is also appealing to watch at Lizard Island.