Name change for Thala Beach Lodge

Thala Beach Lodge, a family owned private nature and wildlife reserve in Tropical North Queensland is been renamed Thala Beach Nature Reserve.

This name change better reflects Thala’s ecotourism credentials and nature-based focus. With 58ha of native forest on a secluded beach 15 minutes south of Port Douglas, Thala Beach Nature Reserve is surrounded by World Heritage listed reef and rainforest. It’s private and intimate – just the sort of exclusive enclave preferred by nature lovers such as those unwinding after Cairns G20 meetings recently.

Opened in 1998 and awarded the highest Ecotourism accreditation offering guests meaningful experiences while minimising environmental impact, all 83 bungalows have been refreshed. In keeping with the principals of Ecotourism, this soft refurbishment was locally supported. Delivering a harmonious balance, nature takes centre stage.

General manager Johan Klindt is proud of the updated bungalows which showcase the resorts privileged position within a private nature reserve. ‘We’ve long known that guests come to Thala to unwind, relax and recharge in our pristine natural environment. Updating our rooms enhances guest comfort without losing the environmentally friendly design and feel that guests love. Our new name reflects that fusion with nature,’ says Mr Klindt.

The land where Thala sits was originally purchased by Robert and Oonagh Prettejon in the early 1970s.

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