Western Australian Properties
From Perth, to the Margaret River, Coral Coast and the Kimberley’s – Western Australia definitely has something to offer the well travelled discerning traveller!
If you are looking for some adventure, get off the beaten track and venture in to the remote Kimberley’s staying at Faraway Bay, Kimberley Coastal Retreat or El Questro Homestead. For a relaxing beach holiday, spend time at McAlpine House in the coastal township of Broome, famous for its Pearls.
Do you enjoy good food and wine? Then look no further than Cape Lodge - a beautiful property located in the Margaret River wine region.
Outback Encounter feature other outstanding Western Australian properties in our portfolio, please take the time to review at your leisure.
Located on its own vineyard in the Margaret River wine country, Cape Lodge is one of Australia’s finest boutique hotels.
El Questro Homestead
If you are looking for absolute luxury contrasted by the rugged Kimberley landscape El Questro Homestead is it.
If you are looking to discover breathtaking Kimberley scenery, look no further than The bush camp at Faraway Bay.
Kimberley Coastal Camp
Located on the remote, stunning shores of Admiralty gulf in the far north Kimberley region, Kimberley Coastal Camp is the ultimate retreat for those seeking a truly different wilderness escape.
Situated on the magnificent pristine southern coastline this private retreat provides the ultimate getaway for leisure seekers or corporate gatheirngs, carefully designed to maximize the privacy, comfort and entertainment of its guests.
Beautifully renovated and surrounded by the lush tropical gardens populated by exotic birds, historic McAlpine House is a magnificent boutique eight bedroom guest house.
Pinctada Cable Beach
Opened in May 2009, Pinctada Cable Beach offers the finest in accommodation, service, day spa and cuisine at Cable Beach, Broome's pearl in the Indian ocean.
The Richardson Hotel, Suites & Spa
The Richardson is a striking new boutique hotel, designed by renowned London architect Sir Terry Farrell.