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We went to stay at this resort on Australia Day (in the off season and as locals)... we booked into a $250 room or "donga" and promptly checked out within the hour and went home!
Clean, nice location, lovely staff but in DIRE need of...More
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Response from Mark C, General Manager at Kewarra Beach Resort & SpaResponded 6 February 2018
Thank you for taking the time to write this review and I am pleased to read your comments relating to the cleanliness, location and lovely staff during your very brief period experience recently. It is certainly regrettable that you did not give us...More
Spent 11 nights here and what a fantastic decision that was
Resort was close to family so ideal
Resort is located on the beach with bungalows dotted around the resort
Beachfront bungalow 😍😍 it was spotless and cleaned by delightful staff when we required this...More
A beautiful place to stay with top class facilities, wonderful friendly accommodating staff and an amazing atmosphere. This place was divine and made our holiday one to really remember. The bars, pools, services and classes where all top class and very enjoyable. Nothing to complain...More
We stayed in a 2 bedroom bungalow tucked in the jungle just a short walk from the beach. The rooms were very roomy, clean and comfortable. The restaurant/lobby/bar is an beautiful open beam design with a view of the beach and ocean. The food was...More
We stumbled across a really good deal on WotIf to stay at this luxury Resort and Spa - and loved every moment of it! The pools were gorgeous and because we weren't out doing touristy things during the day, we mainly ad them to ourselves...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.