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New Executive Chef, Craig Robertson joins team at Daydream Island Resort and Living Reef

Daydream Island Resort and Living Reef continues to expand its onsite team with the appointment of Craig Robertson to the roleCraig Robertson of Executive Chef.

Boasting 35 years hospitality experience, not only as a chef but as a sommelier, arborist and butcher, Craig has held a number of senior positions including Executive Chef for the launch of The Langham Gold Coast, Executive Chef at InterContinental Hayman Island Resort and most recently as Culinary Specialist at InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa.

As Executive Chef at Daydream Island Resort and Living Reef, Craig is responsible for overseeing all culinary offerings including the two onsite restaurants Infinity and Inkspot as well as the breakfast buffet ‘Graze’ and catering for all functions and events.

With such a varied background and a strong commitment to sustainability, Craig is working closely with local suppliers to feature more fresh, local produce on the menu and plans to eventually introduce bees to the Island. 

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“There is so much potential to elevate the F&B offering at Daydream Island Resort and I’m thrilled to be working with the team to create a more refined standard of dining without the high-end price tag. This includes introducing a range of new gourmet offerings like luxury private dining experiences at Lover’s Cove and unique culinary inspired pop-up as well as evolving the menu at Inkstone and Infinity,” Craig said.

Located in the heart of the Whitsundays, Daydream Island Resort and Living Reef features 240 rooms and suites with views across tropical gardens or the crystal clear waters of the Whitsundays. Guests are spoilt for choice with three onsite restaurants and bars and a range of activities to enjoy including swimming in the sprawling pools, exploring the coral beaches and embarking on rainforest treks. 

With a strong commitment to marine conservation, Daydream island Resort and Living Reef is the only island in the Whitsundays to be awarded ECO TOURISM certification from Eco Tourism Australia and boasts one of Australia’s most unique reef experience with its amazing Living Reef which is home to over 100 species of sea creatures. 

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