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Novotel Ningaloo Resort - Exmouth Hotels

Novotel Ningaloo Resort

Madaffari Drive, Exmouth - Map
"Friendly , helpful staff. Lovely food."
Checked in and was hungry so ordered room service - Bruchetta and a drink - prompt and friendly service and a yummy snack. Dinner service in the restaurant was attentive and food was great quality - a bit pricey for the meal sizes however. Wine by the glass was expensive too. Was disappointed by the amount of mould in the grout within the shower - for the price I expect impeccable cleanliness. Bed was very comfy however the 'King' size bed is two singles pushed together so you can't really lounge around in the middle of the bed if you are on your own. The pillow menu is a nice touch and the toiletries and hair dryer etc. that is all provided is good quality too. Room service breakfast was superb and delivered when requested. Check in and out were both smooth and efficient processes with advice given if asked.
Traveller from Perth WA
Best Western Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth - Exmouth Hotels

Best Western Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth

116 North C Street, Exmouth - Map
"Great staff, very friendly and welcoming."
Lovely people at the hotel. The hotel is a bit unusual being an old Navy base location, but is close to town (about 5 klicks). The rooms are well air-conned and have a nostalgic feel. Bits feel a bit dated but overall the place is well worth the stay. No touristy views of the ocean as the area is still a functional military base, but take a walk along the road at the back to look at the old buildings, like old messes, bowling alley, church and military accommodation that the yanks left behind. Has a nice pool and great BBQ area. Very affordable too especially compared to some of the very over-priced accom. in the town. Loved the place, sort of a dorm turned into a full service hotel. One you will remember for the staff and the history. Bit of a must do in Exmouth I reckon!
Traveller from Onslow
Potshot Hotel Resort - Exmouth Hotels

Potshot Hotel Resort

1 Murat Rd, Exmouth - Map
"Nice hotel close to beach"
Nice hotel with good sized rooms and facilities. Great restaurant and fantastic food, staff are friendly and very accommodating. Close to beach and Amenties.
Traveller from Perth, WA
Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast - Exmouth Hotels

Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast

29 Preston Street, Exmouth - Map
"Better service than just any hotel"
Sheila and Jon were excellent hosts. They made a beautiful brekky every morning that managed to fill the appetite of my very hungry boyfriend. The rooms were lovely. Our shower could use a little descaling and the bed was a bit too soft for us. However, the amenities made up for any downsides. Sheila and Jon loaned us a cooler bag with ice blocks for our lunches as there is no food or stores on the other side of the peninsula. They loaned us some fins and would have supplied masks too if we didn't have our own for snorkeling. They even let us borrow a beach tent which was great for my rather fair skinned partner. Their recommendations for meals were spot on, the BBQ Father was delicious and authentic (I'm American so I know good BBQ), the Gumbo at Whaler's was yummy and the fish and chips at Blue lips was spot on. I would definitely come back to the Ningaloo B & B and I would recommend it to others visiting Exmouth.
Traveller from Perth, WA (USA originally)
The Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast is a newly built 3-star B&B located on one hectare of land 6 km. south of the town of …More
Exmouth Cape Holiday Park Exmouth - Exmouth Hotels

Exmouth Cape Holiday Park Exmouth

3 Truscott Cresent, Exmouth - Map
Staff were great, very helpful. Room was a bit tired.
Traveller from Brisbane
Ningaloo Lodge Exmouth - Exmouth Hotels

Ningaloo Lodge Exmouth

Lot 1, Lefroy Street, Exmouth - Map
"Friendly staff, great communal atmosphere. "
Recommended for the solo traveler as there are lots of places to interact with other guests
A Traveller
Exmouth Escape Resort - Exmouth Hotels

Exmouth Escape Resort

27 Murat Road, Exmouth - Map
4.6 out of 5 (40 reviews)
Stay at the Exmouth Escape Resort for an authentic experience of Western Australia. Located on the tip of the North West …More

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    Pocket Guide: Exmouth

    Chill out on a beach holiday with a difference with a trip to Exmouth. This town on the tip of North West Cape in Western Australia is an awesome place to be, whether you want to relax on the shore, meet majestic wildlife or explore deep gorges. Whatever you long for, our Exmouth hotels will help you check it all out and then some.

    Formerly a military base used in World War II, Exmouth is a town that sits between the ocean and the inland canyons and ranges. One of the best reasons to visit is the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, a gorgeous stretch of turquoise waters that lap against white sands. Spanning a whopping 260km along the coast, the reef has many beaches along its way, with a number of them within reach of Exmouth. Town Beach is, unsurprisingly, the closest one to town and has lovely views of the sunrise and sunset, making this the perfect place for a morning or evening walk. If you’ve driven here in a 4WD, follow the marked trails on the beach and drive along the sand and surf. For the nudists among us, head to Mauritius Beach for the perfect opportunity for an all-over tan! If you’re more into traditional activities like fishing and surfing, Lighthouse Bay is the place to be. While you’re here, take the time to view the wreck of SS Mildura, a cattleship that was destroyed when it clipped the corals along the beach. Meanwhile, visit the Jurabi Coastal Reserve at low tide and you’ll be able to explore the beautiful rockpools, which are home to sea creatures like urchins, anemones, starfish and octopi.

    No matter which beach(es) you choose to visit, it goes without saying that they all offer amazing opportunities for snorkelling and swimming! Peer through your goggles and the crystal clear waters at the colourful corals or simply enjoy the feeling of the salty waves against your skin. Ningaloo Reef is also one of the prime locations to see coral spawning, a rare event that occurs after the full moon in March or April, when corals release their eggs to the surface of the sea to reproduce. Be patient and you’ll soon see pools of pink, orange and red float to the surface, ready to be carried along the waves. If you’re lucky enough to be around during March to July, make sure you book a whale shark tour. These majestic creatures are the biggest of the sea and can grow up to 12m long. Don’t miss the chance to see them from a glass-bottomed boat, or if you’re game, swim with them!

    While many come to enjoy the beaches and bays, that’s not all there is to Exmouth. Head to Cape Range National Park, which offers stunning views of arid valleys, flowing rivers and pale orange limestone cliffs. You’re sure to see many emus and kangaroos, and avid birdwatchers should check out Mangrove Bay, where birds roost and catch fish. Strap on your shoes and make a trek along the walking trails to see relics from the war, such as outposts and signal stations.

    Sound like the perfect WA holiday? We agree! Check out our range of Exmouth accommodation and flights to Perth to get you started.