Say goodbye to the predictable
Hotels and resorts
Discover a hotel brand that goes beyond the same, tired model you’ve come to know. Of course, we’ll have all the familiar amenities like a concierge or minibar—we’re still a hotel company after all. However, at the heart of our business, we’re focused on creating remarkable guest experiences.
Each five-star hotel and resort in Australia has its own distinct personality, ensuring that no two Crystalbrook experiences will ever be the same. So, let’s rebel from the norm, throw away the rule book, and go. With forthcoming hotels and resorts in some of Australia’s best destinations, what are you waiting for?
Living in the moment
Crystalbrook Riley is a sophisticated character with a playful outlook on life and a passion for the resort lifestyle. Residing in a prime location at the northern end of the iconic Cairns waterfront boardwalk, Crystalbrook Riley features 311 stylish rooms and suites, most with spacious balconies. Add to this a lagoon swimming pool spanning over 1,000 square metres with a private man-made beach, Eléme Spa and a 24-hour fitness centre and you’re on your way to a truly great stay.
When it comes to restaurants and bars, Crystalbrook Riley thinks differently. You’ll find engaging, social, vibrant spaces and a passion for innovation – all day, every day. Pop into Greenfields for a freshly made cold-pressed juice or head to the theatrical Paper Crane for wok-fried Asian greens or the perfect steak.
And for sweeping views and an atmosphere not to be missed, head to Rocco. Perched 42 metres above sea level, Rocco offers share style food inspired by the Mediterranean along with a stellar Champagne menu, second to none.
Situated in the heart of Surry Hills, Sydney, Crystalbrook Albion is an eclectic mix of heritage and contemporary detail true to its own DNA and that of Surry Hills. Crystalbrook Albion is delightfully intimate, devastatingly gorgeous, genuinely original and refreshingly unpretentious.
Featuring 35 guest rooms, a dedicated team of hosts on hand around the clock to offer individualised service, a rooftop garden oasis with views over Surry Hills and Sydney city and an Honour bar featuring top-shelf beverages and gourmet nibbles.
Escape to nature
Nestled in 45-acres of magical subtropical rainforest, Crystalbrook Byron is a celebration of nature, responsible luxury and the local environment.
The beachfront resort, regularly named in Australia’s top 10 best luxury resorts, features 92 stylish suites, an infinity pool, multi-award-winning day spa, tennis court and locally-inspired restaurant.
Crystalbrook Byron is just a short drive from the iconic town of Byron Bay in New South Wales. The resort offers the perfect blend of intuitive service, impeccable detail and stunning natural surroundings in an idyllic Australian destination.
Thoughtful and arty
Crystalbrook Bailey is modern, innovative and with a true appreciation of the arts. At Crystalbrook Bailey you’ll find artists-in-residence and artwork from the local community displayed in and around the hotel, as well as art events for all guests to enjoy. There’s 255 spacious rooms filled with design details that will appeal to your inner artist.
Whether you love to dine in or eat out, Crystalbrook Bailey is a food lovers’ haven with an enviable selection of stunning on-site restaurants designed to cater to any mood or occasion.
The wild child
Fun and energetic, be prepared to be entertained at Crystalbrook Flynn, from exquisite glass swimming pools, zen-filled wellness and meditation centres, to dynamic food and drink experiences where there's always a DJ ready to play and a martini ready to be shaken.
A dining experience at Crystalbrook Flynn is not simply a reflection of the local culture, but a representation of the ever-changing natural surrounds of Cairns. Satisfy your carb-cravings with a hearty Italian spread at Flynn’s Italian, treat yourself with a divine high tea tower at Whiskey and Wine, or feast on a smorgasbord of tasty feats at Boardwalk Social.
As the first five-star hotel in Newcastle, Crystalbrook Kingsley brings a new level of luxury to Australia’s seventh-largest city and the gateway to the Hunter Valley. Embracing a shifting landscape, Crystalbrook Kingsley is culturally connected and elegantly sophisticated, celebrating what has been and what is to come.
The name Crystalbrook Kingsley is a tribute to Newcastle’s heritage and the city’s earlier name of Kingston, dating back to 1804. Ideally located in the heart of Newcastle, with the City Hall, Civic Theatre, Art Gallery and War Memorial Cultural Centre moments away, Crystalbrook Kingsley features 130 sophisticated elegantly appointed rooms.
Experience Newcastle’s newest rooftop restaurant, Roundhouse (opening 23 June 2021), where you can take in the city’s stunning views, indulge in locally produced fare, and sip your way through an extensive wine list, inspired by the vineyards of the Hunter Valley. Top off your meal with a stellar cocktail at Romberg's and we’d say your Friday night (or Tuesday, no judgement) is set. Or, head to Ms Mary, which transitions from indulgent deli-style café during the day to relaxed cocktail and wine bar at night - where locals, theatregoers and guests socialise, work and wind down together.
Restaurants and bars
Emulating the sights and tastes of Asia, Paper Crane offers a dining experience in Cairns like no other. Taking advantage of tropical Queensland’s fresh produce, the modern Asian inspired menu instantly transports you to the bustling streets of Asia.
Aromatic Asian flavours are accented throughout the dishes, from the zingy ginger, chilli and shallot mud crab to the sumptuously sweet pandan sugar and coconut pancakes. Say no more!
With 270 degree panoramic views of Cairns and the Coral Sea, Rocco is the city’s highest rooftop bar and restaurant. Capturing the sights of Cairns with influences from afar, Rocco is a proud reflection of Mediterranean history mingled with a contemporary take on cuisine.
Committing to locally sourced products and small artisanal producers, the chef delivers a mouth-watering menu that embodies the essence of authentic Mediterranean dining. Think aromatic meats cooked over an open grill, herb and spice-accented vegetables that will have you begging for more, and of course, mouth-watering rustic dips presented in earthy ceramic vessels. Top that off with a decadent dessert and you’ve got one satisfied stomach.
With a focus on all things raw and simple, Greenfields restaurant in Cairns, Australia embodies all aspects of healthy eating, and we can assure you its anything but boring. Making use of locally sourced sustainable produce, the menu offers a flourish of wholesome options that will inspire your senses and your green thumb. Think grass-fed meats, sustainable fish and ancient grains.
Do yourself a favour and nourish your tastebuds with a flavour packed salad and grain bowl as you inhale one of the cold-pressed juices made in-house with local tropical and seasonal fruits.
Drawing inspiration from Crystalbrook Station and the ruggedness of the Australian outback, CC’s Bar and Grill is redefining the traditional steakhouse.
Famous for its steak, which comes directly from Crystalbrook Station (three-hours from Cairns), CC’s celebrates the best of Australian produce. The stellar menu is derived from quality, fresh harvest that befits the earthy tone of the restaurant. Local ingredients and the finest beef are used to create the hearty, flavoursome dishes that offer exhilaration with every bite.
From Barcelona to Buenos Aires, Lisbon to Lima, Pachamama is a sophisticated and stylish fusion of Latin flavours that’s as colourful, bountiful and passionate as Pachamama (Earth Mother) herself.
See, be seen and celebrate with friends and visitors from near and far with a rooftop Caipirinha or a pre-dinner Pisco Sour, then embark on a culinary cultural journey. The menu is jam-packed with flavour and deliciousness, letting authentic Latin influences shine through with every bite.
If gourmet food, good vibes and live music sound like your thing, Boardwalk Social is your jam. This market-style food and beverage hub is the stomping ground for all things delicious. The food is inspired by great gastro pub classics with a focus on local ingredients (more than 80% of the produce is local!).
Take your pick of food from the land, the sea or that comes in a bun, nourishing salads, pizza, tacos, sides or go straight for dessert! Beverages are plentiful! The extensive menu featuring local brews and nips will wet your thirst with 36 beer taps and 40 gins available.
This tasty precinct is a daily hive of activity; an eclectic home for live music, performances and local and touring DJs. With large communal areas, a convivial atmosphere and a video wall for screening live sports events, Boardwalk Social sets the perfect scene for socialising.
Bringing a little bit of Italy to Cairns, Flynn’s Italian is Crystalbrook Collection's signature Italian restaurant. All about fun communal dining experiences, Flynn's is loud, fun and all about large family-style food with a warm and inviting vibe that is quintessentially Italian.
Speaking to the history of Italian immigrants and the surrounding farmland, Flynn’s celebrates its agricultural heritage with local produce.
Bluesy jazz music, gentle summer breezes and a full-bodied wine are the essential components of a relaxing afternoon in Cairns, and that’s exactly what’s on offer at Whiskey and Wine.
Putting a modern spin on the classic whisky and wine garden, Whiskey and Wine exudes serenity with its draping greenery and ambient setting. Showcasing boutique Australian producers, this sophisticated bar serves delectable share plates of home-style delicacies, decadent sweet and savoury high tea towers and a mouth-watering spread of modern Australian snacks.
Set next to a lush rainforest oasis, Forest Byron Bay celebrates sustainability working hand-in-hand with local farmers, growers and artisans. Contemporary, social, approachable and distinctly Australian, Forest Byron Bay embraces the Northern Rivers region’s abundance of stunning ingredients.
Over 80% of Forest’s ingredients come from within a three-hour drive of the Resort. The environment also sits close to heart, with the restaurant using only sustainably sourced seafood and free-range proteins. Guaranteeing the highest levels of animal welfare, a selection of Forest’s wet and dry-aged beef is farmed at Crystalbrook Station*.
Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and just-drinks…The perfect place to feed your soul. Stay a while.
Positioned on the rooftop of one of Newcastle’s most iconic buildings, it’s hard to imagine a better vantage point of Newcastle’s harbour, coastline and beyond to Hunter Valley. Brandishing distinctly modern Australian cuisine, Roundhouse beats the drum for the region’s abundance of world-class produce with a proudly Novocastrian spirit.
Beyond serving up our Crystalbrook Signature Beef, Roundhouse celebrates local, responsibly grown food with our chefs working in partnership with artisans, farmers and fisherman to present pared back dishes, free of pomp or pretension, that celebrate the beauty of the ingredients, fresh from the earth and sea…always with a little twinkle of surprise.
Slick, sophisticated and social, at Romberg’s you’ll find a fun crowd, great music, artisanal cocktails, an excellent range of local wines (along with tipples from beyond), locally brewed beer and light bites celebrating the Hunter's plentiful produce.
Named in honour of the building’s original architect Frederick Romberg, is positioned on Crystalbrook Kingsley’s rooftop and offers perhaps the city’s most cinematic views with unobstructed panoramas over Newcastle and beyond. A bar for all occasions, from birthday parties to events, a girl’s night out, or drop in for a pre-dinner drink before heading to Roundhouse.
Named in honour of Mary Eckford, one of Newcastle’s pioneering European settlers in the early 1800’s, Ms Mary is social and warm, embracing the region’s artisans and farmers.
Deli, café, lounge? You decide. Ms Mary evolves throughout the day transitioning from morning meeting spot to lunch date location to end of day chill. Swing by for some good honest food, coffee and cake or a killer Bloody Mary guaranteed to cure the toughest day.
Nature meets science
Eléme Spa has been designed for the ever-evolving, ever-changing, magnificent you. Embracing both nature and science from Australia and beyond, Eléme Spa's stellar menu is designed to flex, so our therapists can personalise each treatment to best suit you… your body, your skin, your mood on the day of your visit.
So whether you’re in need of a facial, super-circulation stimulation, mammoth detoxification, skin firming, smoothing, tightening, lifting, fixing or the ultimate muscle-melting rubdown, we’ve got you covered. Say goodbye to the world of fussy and fluffy and think fresh and fabulous and walk out your best, dazzling self.
Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina is Queensland’s northernmost marina and one of Australia’s premier nautical destinations.
Located in Port Douglas, Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Visitors come from all over the world to experience the renowned and pristine northern reef, the wonders of the Coral Sea, the Daintree Rainforest, local Indigenous history and culture, and lush tropical Far North Queensland.
The Marina has 135 berths and welcomes superyachts up to 50 metres in length.
Crystalbrook Pastoral, comprised of Crystalbrook Station and sister stations, Silkwood Station and Menavale Station, is central to Crystalbrook Collection and its attitude.
We’re a hotel group that farms our own beef. The beef served at our restaurants comes directly from our 85,000 acre Crystalbrook Station, three hours inland from Cairns. Over 4,000 head of Brangus cattle -a cross between an Angus and a Brahman - are bred at Crystalbrook Station for their tough nature and quality meat. We can offer our guests the absolute best locally sourced beef while also maintaining the highest levels of animal welfare.