Faraway Bay, Kimberley Boutique Accommodation
KIMBERLEY COAST Location
Faraway Bay is an award-winning unique haven, nestled on a rocky cliff top overlooking the turquoise Timor Sea, 280kms north west of Kununurra and in close proximity to Western Australia’s most iconic and awesome waterfall – King George Falls. Overlooking the freshwater plunge pool, spa and breath-taking bay is Eagle Lodge where guests enjoy lazing in the hammock and dining all in one dramatic location. Open air, Eagle Lodge has been built using recycled from the old Wyndham wharf and telephone poles from Wyndham. There is no better dining table view whilst you enjoy the gourmet culinary delights.
Wilderness Retreat Highlights
- Plunge pool
- Air-conditioned lounge, bar & dining area in Eagle Lodge
- Private airstrip
- Activities include fishing, bushwalking, birdwatching, croc watching, rock art, beachcombing, boat tours, billabong canoeing, swimming holes, waterfalls – including day trip to iconic King George Falls, stargazing, beach picnics, cultural & historical site tours
- King size bed or 2 x King size ensemble
- Overhead fan (some rooms have air-conditioning)
- Mosquito netting
- Private outdoor area
- Spring-water showers
- Coffee machine
- Water chiller
8 spacious cabins scattered amongst the natural bush setting offering complete privacy and 180° views of the spectacular cliff-lined bay. All cabins feature en-suites along with a private outdoor solar heated spring-water shower. And, while the wildlife is prolific, the neighbours are not. With a maximum of just sixteen guests at any time your privacy is ensured.
Day rate per person twin share
Inclusions: Accommodation, meals, non-alcoholic beverages, all tours & activities with guide & equipment.
|En-suite Cabin 1 Mar to 31 Oct 19|
|En-suite Cabin||1K or 1KS|
|Notes: Charter flights ex Kununurra or Darwin rates available. The property is fully licensed. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased from the bar. Sole use rates available. Min 3 day stay. Faraway Bay is closed 1 Nov 19 to 29 Feb 20.|