Australia and the Pacific

From the Great Barrier Reef to the emerald isles of Polynesia, the landscapes of Australia and the South Pacific are extraordinary—and extraordinarily diverse. The lodges in our collection showcase what makes each place unique and spectacular, whether they’re perched on the cliffs of Kangaroo Island or tucked into the Australian outback within sight of Uluru.

Lord Howe Island, Australia

Capella Lodge

With jaw-dropping views of the ocean, the lagoon, and the two massive peaks, this contemporary beach house is a stunning base to explore the little-known gem of Lord Howe Island.

Malolo Island, Fiji

Likuliku Lagoon Resort

On a tranquil lagoon featured in Fijian mythology, experience coral reefs and ancient culture from your base in a stunning thatched bungalow—set on the pristine shore, or perched over the turquoise seas.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Lizard Island

Set upon 2,500 pristine acres of coastline, Lizard Island offers the natural beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, uninterrupted by the rest of the world.

The Northern Territory, Australia

Longitude 131˚

Longitude 131° rests in the curve of a sand dune within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park—a perfect launch point for discovering the sacred geography of the Australian outback.

Kangaroo Island, Australia

Southern Ocean Lodge

Floating atop a secluded cliff on a rugged stretch of coast, Southern Ocean Lodge offers an unparalleled view into the pristine Kangaroo Island wilderness.

Port Douglas, Australia

Thala Beach Nature Reserve

Set on the shores of the Coral Sea, Thala Beach Nature Reserve invites guests to discover a pristine sanctuary of forest and coast.

Tetiaroa, French Polynesia

The Brando

An island paradise with white-sand beaches and a sparkling lagoon, The Brando is also anchored by the region’s important cultural heritage.