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Rating: 4.5 Stars

Grand Mercure Apartments Magnetic Island

146 Sooning Street, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (180 reviews)
Peppers Blue on Blue - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Peppers Blue on Blue

123 Sooning Street, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Great hotel, fabulous breakfast, attentive staff. Kitchen could be stocked a bit better with eg potato masher but enjoyed our stay and would go back
Traveller from Sydney
Island Leisure Resort - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Island Leisure Resort

6 Kelly Street, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
"Great location, beautiful rooms"
A new and very stylish small resort, close to beach and shops, lovely staff, free WiFi!
Traveller from Adelaide
Arcadia Village Motel - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Arcadia Village Motel

7 Marine Parade, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
"Arcadia Village Motel"
We found the lady looking after the place to be friendly and nice and helpful. It is near the Arcadia Hotel and Alma Beach and is a perfect place for a restful break.
Traveller from Townsville
Tropical Palms Inn - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Tropical Palms Inn

34 Picnic Street, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel with friendly owners"
Goodhotel with the budget in mind. Lovely quiet side of the island:)
Traveller from Townsville
Cstay - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Cstay

32 Picnic Street, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
Small room but excellent value and service for low price!
A Traveller
Magnetic Sunsets - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Magnetic Sunsets

48 Horseshoe Bay Road, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (11 reviews)
Arcadia Beach Guest House - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Arcadia Beach Guest House

27 Marine Parade, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
"A beautiful place to stay"
A beautiful place to stay, two second stroll to the beach and to a cafe that does good coffee. Only a short walk to an excellent snorkelling spot with colourful fish and to explore cliffs with rock wallabies, or drop by the pub to see the weekly toad race. With green tropical gardens and a big outdoor kitchen, the place feels rustic and relaxed but is very clean and well set up. The new managers are warm, welcoming and very helpful but also very respectful of privacy. I'll be back for more!
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Base Magnetic Island Hostel - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Base Magnetic Island Hostel

1 Nelly Bay Road, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (28 reviews)
Bungalow Bay Koala Village - Magnetic Island Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Bungalow Bay Koala Village

40 Horseshoe Bay Road, Magnetic Island - Map
 
 
Nice stay, cosy room and close to the water and shops
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Magnetic Island

    If you want a tropical island holiday with plenty of things to do, feel the pull of Magnetic Island! This gorgeous Whitsundays destination can be as relaxed or as action-packed as you like. With 23 stunning beaches, walking trails with awesome views and superb food, Magnetic Island combines the best of the great outdoors with the comfort of civilisation. Book one of our Magnetic Island hotels today and be sucked into paradise.

    Captain Cook gave Magnetic Island its name because he believed the iron in its hills tinkered with his compass when he sailed past in 1770. While he wasn’t correct, this island does have a certain allure with its unusual and lovely landscape. Take a trip to the beach and you’ll see headlands dotted with giant boulders caused by volcanic activity millions of years ago, as well as hoop pine trees and white sand. Some of the boulders are likely to be bigger than your house, so Indiana Jones-style escapades probably aren’t a good idea.

    What IS a good idea? Spending the day on the beach! Take a swim, rent some snorkelling gear or dive a little deeper with a scuba diving tour. To stay a little drier – though no guarantees – hire a canoe or aqua bike or, for a bit of speed, take a jet ski tour and zoom around to explore the island’s gorgeous waters. If you’d prefer to slow it down a bit, meet and greet some of the local wildlife on a sea kayak tour. Morning or sunset, you can kayak to some of Magnetic Island’s most secluded bays teeming with local wildlife like birds, turtles, dolphins and whales. Since Magnetic Island puts you so close to the stunning Great Barrier Reef, why not get even closer and snorkel some of it? If that’s not exciting enough for you, maybe you’re into shipwrecks? Adventurous sorts can scuba dive to the wreck of the S.S Yongala. You can even go horse riding or skydive onto the beach.

    Magnetic Island National Park covers just over half of the island and will take you through rainforest, bushland, mangrove pockets and to headland lookouts with sweeping ocean views.

    Drop into the Barefoot Gallery in Horseshoe Bay to see paintings, pottery and sculpture by talented local artists, or tee off at the Country Golf Club, in Picnic Bay. When it’s time for some food, there are plenty of options from a theatre restaurant to fish and chips to fancy cuisine.

    Wot are you waiting for? If you still haven’t seen Queensland’s Whitsundays or its famous reef, get started with our great range of Magnetic Island accommodation.

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