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With an area ten times that of the UK, and a population a quarter the size of London, there is no problem finding your personal space in remote and wonderful Western Australia. Famous for its spotless blue skies, natural wonders, an abundance of remarkable wildlife attractions and long, empty roads, this is a truly special part of the world.
Rustic forest and lakeside resort
A haven for nature lovers, the stunning Karri forest contains some of the world's largest hardwood trees as well as hosting dazzling displays of spring wildflowers. Discover a world where the forest meets the lake at this picturesque location. The rustic natural charm of the Karri Valley Resort provides the perfect setting for a range of activities. 30 rooms and 30 chalets.
The only place in Australia visited by dolphins daily
Monkey Mia dolphin beach is one of the world's most renowned and reliable spots for a close meeting with bottlenose dolphins which have been visiting the shoreline here almost daily for over 40 years. The resort is the area’s only accommodation, situated on an unspoiled white beach stretching for miles and merging with crystal waters. 84 villas.
Self-catering designed with families in mind
This resort focuses round a pretty pool, with a splash pool and play area for children. An easy stroll from the sands of Cable Beach (with sunset camel rides!), and five minutes drive from Broome’s lively centre, Seashells has spacious apartments, gas barbecues and an entertaining area for that authentic Aussie feel. 49 apartments, 5 minutes from Broome airport.
Overlooking Scarborough beach, with breathtaking views of the ocean on Western Australia’s sunset coast, this popular resort offers the freedom and convenience of your own apartment. There are two swimming pools and a barbecue area within the grounds, and all the bustle of Perth centre a short distance away.
Modern hotel in vibrant Northbridge
This modern hotel offers a warm welcome and boasts a fantastic location in the heart of the city with excellent transport links. The exclusive Harbour Town outlet and vibrant Northbridge district are just a ten minute stroll away and The Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Perth Mint are within easy walking distance. 278 rooms, 25 minutes from the airport.
Beautiful sprawling gardens
The stunning stretch of Cable Beach is lapped by the Indian Ocean. In 26-acre gardens, this beautiful resort is a relaxing spot right on the shore, with a fabulous freeform pool, a spoil-yourself spa, tennis court, mini golf, a children's water playground and complimentary Wi-Fi. 233 rooms, 10 minutes from Broome airport.
Remote luxury bush camp
Ningaloo Marine Park is renowned for its incredible biodiversity and its clear turquoise waters are home to hundreds of fish species as well as humpback whales, dolphins and turtles. Boasting just nine blissfully comfortable tents, this remote luxury bush camp is nestled in the white dunes of Cape Range National Park, just steps from one of the world’s largest fringing reefs which is regarded as the best place in the world to swim with whale sharks (April-July).
Working cattle station and dramatic landscape
Set on the iconic Gibb River Road in a 615,000-acre working cattle station, the beautifully remote Home Valley Station offers a taste of Outback life. Discover the region's wild beauty on a number of tours (extra cost). Take a dip in the lagoon-style pool and dine on traditional Australian dishes washed down with regional wines at the Dusty Bar & Grill.
Secluded beachfront romance
A stunning and secluded beachfront resort set amid 30 acres of beautifully landscaped native gardens with direct beach access to the white sands and azure waters of Bunker Bay. The superb ‘Other Side of the Moon’ restaurant offers modern cuisine and an al fresco terrace overlooking the Indian Ocean and beautiful Bunker Bay. 150 villas.
At the heart of historic Fremantle
Just 20 minutes from Perth yet ideally located at the heart of the historic port town of Fremantle, the Esplanade is an easy walk from the beaches, marina, shops and restaurants. Visit Rottnest and Carnac Islands or simply enjoy the laid back yet vibrant lifestyle of this wonderful fishing harbour. 300 rooms, 40 minutes from the airport.
Exceptional vineyard lodge
Set in a secluded vineyard in the heart of glorious Margaret River wine country, this luxurious boutique hotel is surrounded by forests and parkland and is also well located for visiting the area's beautiful beaches. An award-winning restaurant offers a gourmet dining experience and vintage wines and there is also a swimming pool and tennis court. 22 rooms.
Breathtaking wilderness park
Occupying nearly a million acres of stunning Outback landscape, El Questro boasts winding rivers, thermal springs, waterfalls and a plethora of wildlife. This sprawling natural paradise has three bases – The Homestead, Emma Gorge and The Station which each feature a pool or swimming hole, a bar and either all inclusive meals or a restaurant. 78 rooms.
In the heart of Albany
Albany was the first European settlement in Western Australia and is now a thriving coastal city, renowned for its excellent farmers’ market, beautiful walking trails and historic buildings. The Ibis offers a comfortable base for exploration of the spectacular south coast and it is close to a number of local attractions including Whale World. 50 rooms.
Fantastic family-friendly resort
The Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean in the fishing village of Kalbarri which boasts some of Australia’s finest scenery, from white sand beaches and limestone cliffs to colourful wildflowers and river gorges. These self-contained apartments offer a host of facilities including a 25-metre lap pool, restaurant and kids’ activities. 72 apartments.