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We stayed here with family and rented 2 cabins close to the beach. The cabins were well appointed, the bathroom modern, plenty of storage, good desk for WiFi and laptop and comfortable king size beds and a view to die for from our balcony. On...More
An absolutely idyllic location where the rainforest literally meets the beach. Beautiful resort and amenities. What really made our stay so memorable was the amazing accomodating and friendly staff who went above and beyond during our stay. We highly recommend.
My wife and I stayed 3 nights. The stay was very expensive and not what I would rate as value for money. We are locals and the resort seemed to cater for overseas tourists and therefore the prices reflected this. Meals were overpriced and service...More
1 Thank Rick N
Response from Mark C, General Manager at Kewarra Beach Resort & SpaResponded 1 week ago
Dear Rick N (valued local guest),
Thank you for your review, albeit a disappointing reflection of your recent experience. We do cater for overseas guests, along with local and interstate guests alike.
We are a self-rated 4 1/2 star beachfront resort with independent cabins surrounded...More
My wife and I had a week here and we are off back to Victoria tonight. We should have stayed longer. The staff are just wonderful, always helpful and never looked down their noses or ignored us once. I have nothing but good comments for...More
My Wife and I stayed here for a few day getaway and this place is definitely at the top of our list of places to stay. We stayed in a cabin near the lake and still had the best relaxation experience, there are also cabins...More
Hi Troy, great question. Crocodiles live pretty much anywhere in the top end of Australia and this region is no exception. The local area is monitored very well by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection... More
Hi Troy, great question. Crocodiles live pretty much anywhere in the top end of Australia and this region is no exception. The local area is monitored very well by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection. Any animal that is sighted is relocated.
It is certainly never advisable to swim around or in the local estuaries, river mouths and especially at night. Otherwise the oceans are warm and inviting year round and Kewarra Beach has it's own stinger enclosure for the periods when required.
We look forward to having the opportunity to welcome you to our sunny shores.
Response from Perth-66-2014 | Reviewed this property |
There are no bars or restaurants nearby.
No problem with tour operators picking you up from the resort.
Small shops are about 20-30 min walk away. There is also large shopping centre about 45-50 min walk away.