Are you looking for Cape Gloucester eco resort? We are too. We included this listing because we had requests for a good Eco resort in the Hideaway Bay Area. Submit a listing here if you have updates or recommendations. Here is what we have come up with to date. Here are a few ideas however:
It’s very difficult to find a restaurant or accommodation in the area. If you don’t mind driving, the Cape Gloucester Resort might be the place for you. It is located just outside Airlie Beach, making it easy to get to in a 40-minute drive.
Restaurant: Absolute Sunset is located at the beach and has a stylish, laid-back vibe. They’re open from 10 am – 7 pm every day of the week. They serve locally made food and have live entertainment on Sundays. Come and enjoy some fabulous food!
Find safe anchorage and mooring for your cruising yacht. Our $25 per night fee includes use of showers at the marina
Cape Gloucester Resort looks like an excellent place to stay and we would love to hear your feedback with a review.
What we are hearing is Cape Gloucester Resort is a terrific, beachside resort. Ideal for a day visit or overnight, the resort provides on-site cabins, moored storage and all of the amenities you need!
As far as we know there are not anny certified eco resorts in Dingo Beach. Not many place to stay at all infact.
I love the attitude at the Dingo Beach Hotel.
Dingo Beach Hotel believes that every meal should be a five star experience. It has multiple units with views of the beach, each with its own air conditioner that sleeps up to 5 people. You’ll love the peace and serenity found here.
Dingo Beach Hotel is a casual and laid-back vibe with stunning natural surroundings. It sits right on one of the most pristine stretches of coast in Australia, where fishing is easily accessible. Recharge your batteries by escaping the pressures of modern-day life.
I am not sure about Eco friendly, but they do obviously have solar panels.
Again it’s difficult to pin this down as exclusively an eco-resort
Montes Reef Resort Restaurant & Bar
This is however a minimal and isolated resort in a spectacular location
The eco credentials of these resorts lie in their location
Yes, the shoreline can be accessed by 4x4 vehicles. And if you are looking for a secluded beach with waves, Dingo Beach is one of the best beaches on offer.
While there are dangerous marine stingers in warmer months, the beach has five public access points and you can comb for shells on a low tide, swim through the fringing coral reef or try your luck fishing from the beach
The Area is well known as a croc habitat. Take head of all the signs posted in the area