Just been up there for three nights, had a great time with great view of the harbour.
Two themes from previous posts continue
Firstly, the manager wasn't there and the elderly neibours were looking after the place. They were good though, seemed to know the run of the place. Didn't seem to be there first time.
Secondly, the cafe/bar/meals area is still under refurbishment. Some else refered to this in April last year. There area itself looks fine. Ready to go. Just a few random pieces of timber lying around. No tools. No dust. No noise. So its either a very long reno. Or just a part of the business they no longer could be bothered with. I'm keen to return next year and see how the reno's coming along
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- Coral Point Lodge offers million dollar views over the Whitsunday Passage from every room. Discover the magic of the Whitsunday Islands, Great Barrier Reef and tropical Rainforest from Coral Point Lodge. Surrounded by the pristine Conway National Park and the waterways of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park you can choose from one of the many bushwalks located nearby, you can birdwatch, wander down a forest path to secluded beaches and explore, snorkel, fish or feast on oysters. Coral Point Lodge offers a quiet experience, somewhere where you can totally unwind, avoid the hustle and bustle of the tourist centres and get as close to nature as you desire. ... more less
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