Visitors to the Great Barrier Reef can enjoy a stylish new look at Lizard Island.

The Great Barrier Reef resort of Lizard Island has undergone a soft makeover in order to better attract visitors on flights to Australia.

A fresh new look has been designed for the Lodge Bar and Osprey’s Restaurant, while many suites and villas have also been given a revamp.

The Anchor Bay Suites now feature new rugs and coffee tables, while the Sunset Point Villas offer a private deck with a hammock.

Lizard Island is an ideal destination for diving enthusiasts, as you can mix with green sea turtles, giant clownfish, and 100-year-old giant clam gardens.

The resort boasts an enviable setting, on a 1,000 hectare island surrounded by coral reef in the north east of the country, as well as crystal-clear waters and 24 pristine beaches nearby.

If a romantic meal is your top priority, then the new executive chef Mark Jensen can offer a beachside candlelit experience to remember, featuring a seven-course menu.

Recent accolades for Lizard Island include a top ten finish in the Conde Nast Travellers Award for best Oceania resorts.

Written by Erin Marshall

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