Rainforest hut with al-fresco ensuite.

The beautiful Sanctuary Restaurant and Bar

Avg 25 degrees top daytime temp in winter!

Mission Beach in tropical north Queensland

Deluxe Cabins

Is there a beauty salon and spa? Can I get a massage?

No beauty salon or spa, but massage – yes. At Sanctuary you can get a range of relaxing massage treatments in our dedicated massage room. Simply enquire at reception on check-in or send us an email with the preferred time for your treatment. Massages are $90 for 1 hour and $125 for 90 minutes.

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I need to keep in touch. Is there WiFi, payphone and mobile telephone reception?

There is WiFi Internet available (yes, finally we have got broadband in the rainforest) in the main building and in-room for the Canopy Cabins and the Rainforest Huts with alfresco ensuites and some of the rainforest huts with shared bathrooms. Complete mobile G3 (cellular) phone coverage for those on the Telstra and Optus networks,  others still have limited […]

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Is there a pool?

Sanctuary has a beautiful pool nestled in the rainforest which offers sun and shade options almost all day.

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Are Yoga classes available?

Yoga Classes will be scheduled if there are 4 or more interested guests, there is a board where you can sign your name, so please let us know if you are interested. Cost is $15.00 for a 1 1/2 hour class.Private Yoga classes are available at $75.00 per hour and a range of yoga classes […]

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I’ve heard it’s very steep. Will I have trouble getting around?

Sanctuary is located on top of a hill and yes, our four-wheel drive takes a very steep road to transport you and your luggage to the top of the ridge on check-in. The beautiful walking trails which link Sanctuary to the beach and the outside world are less steep, but still steadily climbing! Anyone with […]

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Are there many mosquitoes or flies?

Fortunately, Sanctuary’s location high on a ridge provides a relatively safe haven from mosquitoes who generally prefer low-lands close to water. We usually experience most of the year completely mosquito free starting in winter around June. The weather patterns determine the number of mosquitoes and they prefer a certain balance of rain and sunshine to […]

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