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Gay Resorts – Four Of The Best In Queensland

If you want to spend some holiday time on the Queensland coast there are a large number of Gay resorts. The natural setting is a winner with tourists all over the world and you won’t be short of things to do – if you want to anything. There are four great gay resorts you should look at reserving now.

Turtle Cove Resort: This is situated in North Queensland between the towns of Port Douglas and Cairns. There are 30 rooms and day visitors are allowed. This is an optional clothing resort with the privacy of its own beach. This resort has over fifteen years of experience and won the international Out Traveller peoples choice awards in 2005.

Skinny Dips Resort: The resort is just outside the city Cairns and offers a number of accommodation packages. The resort is happy to arrange tourist trips to the Great Barrier Reef and the rainforests. There is a chill out centre with a gym, treatment centre for pampering and a relaxing leisure lounge.

Pink Flamingo Resort: This is an intimate resort with 10 one bedroomed villas plus two garden studios. It is located in Port Douglas and has easy access to the Four Mile beach of Port Douglas. The resort has a massage room and enticing outdoor bath, wonderful for bathing under the stars. Children under eighteen are not allowed so you will be in adult company only.

Mai Tai Resort: This resort is ten minutes outside Port Douglas in the mountains. It is a luxury boutique Balinese retreat. It has stunning views over the Daintree and out as far as the Coral Coast. Set amongst ten acres of tropical grounds all of the suites are privately screened. There is a maximum of only twelve guests at any time and they must all be over eighteen years of age. It is optional clothing around the pool area.

Sidney as a gay destination is well known, but be sure to include other parts of Australia on your itinerary.

For fun in the sun, you should have no shortage of opportunities at one of these gay resorts in Australia.