Top 5 Resorts in Western Australia For the Best Beach Holiday
Western Australia is also getting a lot of attention as foreign and local tourists explore this huge state, ten times the size of Texas. Holiday makers are discovering Western Australia’s fabulous beaches and they’re liking what they see. Perth’s high quality accommodation is providing some added incentive, with good rates and great locations.
The beach resorts are just as good. The Top 5 beach resorts are scattered along Western Australia’s long coastline, and include the famous Monkey Mia and other incredible beaches.
1. Aspen Parks Coogee Beach Holiday Park, Fremantle
Fremantle is Western Australia’s second city, and it’s a true Australian coastal city, with beautiful beaches and the warm Indian Ocean forming one of Western Australia’s playgrounds. The emphasis is on quality in Western Australia’s beach resorts, and Aspen Parks Coogee’s standard is “pristine beaches”, much appreciated by eastern visitors and locals alike. This is the Surfers Paradise of the West, and it includes all water sports, tennis, you name it, they’ve got it.
2. The Pearle of Cable Beach, Broome
If you’ve never ridden a camel on a beach before, Cable Beach, one of Australia’s emerging legendary tourist destinations, is the sort of place where you can do that. Cable Beach is huge, a white sand beach complete with whales in season. Broome, in northern Western Australia, is a fabulous place, originally famous for pearl diving and tales of the real outback. The Pearle does things well, and you can get 1,2 and 3 bedroom pavilions, as well as rooms.
3. Ningaloo Reef Resort
Western Australia has its own reefs, and Ningaloo near Learmonth on Western Australia’s central coast is one of the best. This place has not only the reef, but its own fabulous accommodation, right on the beach. If you’re looking for excitement and interest, there are giant basking sharks, huge sand dunes for dune buggy riding, yachting, dining with fresh local seafood, snorkeling, scuba diving and of course the fabulous beaches.
4. Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
Monkey Mia is famous around the world for its friendly dolphins, so much so that the rest of the place barely gets a mention. Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort is located right on the beach, with pretty beachfront villas and a very well equipped resort attached. In Western Australia’s staggeringly beautiful wildflower season, the place is literally awash with colour. There are endless things to do in and out of the water. This place really does live up to its reputation. Monkey Mia is as popular with whales as it is with people. Killer whales, Right whales and others show up regularly.
5. McAlpine House, Broome
Another place which must be mentioned to do justice to the variety of accommodation in Western Australia’s beach resorts is McAlpine House. This is a boutique hotel, and it’s been crafted to look dazzling, with garden suites and courtyards. If you like a place designed to perfection, complete with all services and luxuries, McAlpine House will do it all.
From Perth hotels to Broome’s fabulous resorts, Western Australia has everything. Check out your options, you’ll definitely find something you like.
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