Kingfisher Bay Resort & Village has 152 hotel rooms, 109 self-contained villas plus a 184-bed Wilderness Lodge for 18's to 35's.
For meals the resort has several restaurants and bars to choose from. Tickle your taste buds with food and wine taste testing and bush tucker talk and taste. During your summer holidays cool off in one of the four swimming pools available. How about truly unwinding, relaxing and enjoying a massage with Kingfishers Natural Therapy and Beauty services.
Kingfisher Bay Resort have all that you will need and more to relax and enjoy your holiday on one of the worlds most remarkable sand islands.
Services and Facilities
- Major credit cards accepted - Visa, JCB, Diners, American Express, MasterCard, Bankcard, Eftpos
- Safety deposit boxes
- Beach towels on request
- Guest laundry and dry cleaning service
- Porter service
- Medical services
- Foreign exchange
- Conference Centre
- Post Office
- Overnight film processing
- BBQ hire
Message and Beauty Therapy
Take time out to enjoy a relaxing massage and look your best with Kingfisher Bay Resorts massage and beauty services. Kingfisher's Natural Therapy and Beauty offers services for men and women of all ages. Full massage menu, wraps, facial treatments, blissful body packages, hand and foot care, ear piercing, waxing, lash and brow tints, scalp and neck treatment, hairdressing and colour. Located in the Shopping Village. Early bookings are essential.
Tastes of Australia
Try food and wine taste testing during your stay with Kingfisher Bay Resort.
Food and Wine Classes
Exploring the local cuisine plays a huge part in the enjoyment of a holiday and the resort has designed an excellent program to introduce guests to Australian food and wine. Book at Seabelle Restaurant.
Bush Tucker Talk and Taste - Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Chef is joined by a resort ranger to introduce the many varieties of bush tucker available in Australia. Guests are given the edible fruits, berries and leaves to touch, smell and taste, while a ranger explains how they were used by Aboriginal people. Seabelle chef talks about the modern culinary uses of the bush foods and combines the flavours with delicacies such as kangaroo, crocodile and emu for guests to taste. Chef also shares some recipes.
Learn about the history, origins and characteristics of Australian wines. A mix of boutique, mainstream, Queensland and exotic wines are tasted. Available for groups on request.
The chef and resident wine expert get together to match food and wines. Chef prepares two dishes for guests to try, each with two wines.They discuss and demonstrate what to look for when matching food and wine. Available for groups on request.