Keswick Island Guest House

Whitsundays - Queensland - Australia

Guest House views across to St Bee's Island

Have you ever dreamed of taking a vacation on The Phantom's Isle of Eden? Sounds great! But wouldn't you miss your Phantom comics?

Problem solved! At Keswick Island Guest House in the Whitsunday Islands of Queensland, Australia ... you can have both!

Not only is the architecturally-designed guest house located on a pristine tropical island that is 75% national park, but it features a library stocked with an excellent collection of over 1000 Frew Phantom comics.

Sheltered swimming abounds at Basil Bay

There may not be tigers and lions roaming freely with antelopes and zebras, but you will find an abundance of native wildlife, including lizards, birds, butterflies, and an enormous variety of fish swimming in the coral reefs that surround the island.

Just one of the snorkling spots

Your hosts David & Denise Bullock, are wonderfully warm and friendly people, who will make you feel like you're part of the family. Denise is a fantastic cook and her meals are bound to please. David loves the company of fellow Phantom Phans (much to Denise's disgust!), and is delighted to open his fully catalogued Phantom comic collection for the reading pleasure of his guests. But whatever you do -- don't keep Denise waiting when she rings the dinner bell, or she'll lock away the Phantom comics!

Your hosts David & Denise

But of course, you don't go to a tropical island just to sit indoors, reading Phantom comics and filling your stomache with great food. During the day you can roam the island, swim in the warm waters, snorkle on coral reefs, paddle around in sea-kayaks, go fishing, or just take in the views and watch whales migrate past the island. This place is truly heaven on earth!

Relax on the outdoor deck

Recently featured on Channel 7's The Great Outdoors (19 May 2003)

For information on tariffs and bookings, visit the
Keswick Island Guest House Website.

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Bryan Shedden /
Last updated 14 June 2003