Bedarra Island is a small piece of heaven on Earth. At least that is the impression you get as you read the many reviews and experiences. The island is perfect, however, once every year, there is a small chance that Bedarra Island would be a less than an ideal getaway. That month is January, the peak month of Cyclone season.
- Brown Waters – The Island is surrounded by the beautiful crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. The water is blue, clear and cool. However, during cyclone season, especially in January, there is a chance that the waters become brown and muddy due to the excessive sediments and churning of the water. However, Brown waters have been rarely reported by the guest, it seems that the island is immune to them.
- Stingers and Jellyfish – Bedarra Island is located quite near the Great Barrier Reef, and hence, will have a treasure trove of marine life. That includes Stingrays, Jellyfish and other marine life that can sting you. The beach will sometimes be occupied by these poisonous yet exotic creatures making it extremely dangerous to swim. Once again, this is a rare occurrence. Besides, you will also have your own private swimming pool at your private cottage.
- Coral reefs – Although, the Island does have a small coral reef, many experienced snorkelers and SCUBA divers will find that the reef is underwhelming. However, the island offers private trips to multiple, exclusive locations on the Great Barrier Reef.
A perfect place for relaxation and rejuvenation, Bedarra Island is one of the most romantic honeymoon destinations for couples who just want to kick back, relax and spend quality time with each other.