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My wife and I stayed at Kewarra Beach 4 nights. We found the service and the friendly staff to be excellent, both during booking a package deal with them and during our stay. The weather forecast for the day we had booked an excursion to...More
We spend one month in several luxury&first class resorts through Australia. The 3 nights at the Kewarra is definitly our best souvenir.The Kewarra Beach Resort is not a conventional resort. It is about a 30min drive out of Cairns in an amazing rainforest setting. If...More
My wife and I stayed at KBR after diving for 5 days. The journey to the hotel started off slow. It took the arranged service an hour and 15 minutes to get there from Cairns, should take 20 minutes. Having said that upon arrival we...More
We went to australia for our honeymoon and decided to stay at kewarra beach resort for one night only to rest before our long flight back to America. The place needs maintance. We saw people fishing on the beach in front of the resort. It...More
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Response from Kewarra, Manager at Kewarra Beach Resort & SpaResponded 8 November 2011
Naturally we were greatly disappointed to receive this review, and it goes without saying that we were extremely saddened by the stinging comments made by this reviewer.
Kewarra Beach Resort and Spa has just completed a $2.5 million refurbishment. We have never claimed to be...More
We loved this resort, the service was exceptional, the rooms where lovely, the setting was amazing, the beach is stunning, so quiet and relaxing. Would definitely return. The only downside is that it is a bit out of the way so if you want to...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.