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About Western Australia

Most of Western Australia's population lives in young, golden, leisure-oriented Perth, while the rest of the state, which is approximately a third of Australia, is deserts pricked by rock formations, farming scrub, eucalyptus forests and green granite mountains ranges known for their deep gashing gorges. Not many tourists venture far from the visitor hubs of Broome, Monkey Mia or the Ningaloo Reef, but many of the best places to stay in Western Australia allow you to sleep in some of the world's most remote comfort.

It's easy to develop a generous understanding of personal space in Western Australia - this vast orange and ochre land is frontier country, and great swathes of it are empty, all the way up to the smooth white sands on the edge of the Indian Ocean. So the few - by square kilometre - inhabitants can afford to keep their distance. Which helps in this heat.

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Mining has made much of Western Australia rich, but this is still an unpolished place dotted with remote outback towns which might feel like they come from another age. Even in cosmopolitan Perth you can still sometimes feel the grit of the desert.

Western Australia's other natural assets, its chalky, wine friendly soil, and the treasure trove of pearls off its coastline, have also contributed to the state's wealth. But nothing can diminish the distances those who live here have to travel to get anywhere else. Though of course the spectacularly empty views have made W.A. a darling of photographers.

Western Australia has a lot more to offer aesthetically than space. The Pinnacles Desert with its limestone pillars sprouting from the sand makes for a mysterious landscape, and the great gashing gorges of the Kalbarri National Park come in more colours than you'd think possible for stone formations. And Western Australia's southern regions are almost primordial in their ancient lushness.

Western Australia's size - if it were its own country it would be in the world's top ten largest, larger than all of Western Europe - means you'll find all sorts of climates and geographic conditions, from the tropics in the north to the almost Mediterranean feeling south.

You'll also find world class surfing at Cable Beach and Margaret River - as well as world class wines and stunning beaches - and the Ningaloo Reef, near Coral Bay, has some incredibly beautiful dives. Of course Western Australia is an amazing destination for walkers and 4WD trekkers too.

Our pick of the best places to stay in Western Australia range from city slick in Perth to accommodation at Australia's oldest working pearl farm.

The Best Places to Stay in Western Australia

For a Perth city break

  • Perth is full of charming old colonial buildings, of which The Terrace Hotel is a great example. There are just 15 rooms, decorated with a mix of old and new, right in the heart of Perth's old city, just below Kings Park.
  • The Richardson Hotel & Spa in West Perth is a spacious and elegant hotel with a glamorous spa and lush gardens - though you're also just a short stroll from Kings Park and the Botanical Gardens.
  • If you're looking for large, sleek, luxurious and facilities-rich, the Hyatt Regency Perth is a good choice. As well as tennis and squash courts there's a gorgeous outdoor pool and five restaurants.
  • The Adina Apartment Hotel is a collection of apartments, some which you're able to open onto each other, with great modern facilities in an unbeatable location, just below Kings Park. the onsite gym and pool help make this a perfect spot for families or groups.
  • The Metropol Perth, with its resort style facilities, is an easy option for families. The views, from modern, comfortable rooms, are amazing and there are plenty of the in-house comforts you'd expect from a large, resort-style hotel.

For glamping

  • Eco friendly Sal Salis is the ultimate in barefoot luxury. Nine safari style tents occupy a remote spot overlooking the Ningaloo Reef.
  • Fitroy River Lodge offers a range of accommodation from safari tents to simple self catering, in the heart of Kimberley. It's great for families and excellent value too.
  • Kooljaman Lodge is ideal if you really want to get to know Kimberley, It's owned and run by two Aboriginal Communities and offers fantastic value with accommodation ranging from fully furnished tents to powered campsites.

For sheer luxury

  • Berkeley River Lodge is a slice of pure luxury in one of the remotest spots on earth! Come here for gourmet cuisine, wilderness picnics, heli-fishing and stunning views of the Timor Sea.
  • El Questro Homestead offers nine stunning suites set amid tropical gardens and all with private verandahs over looking the Chamberlain River. Here you'll find rugged landscapes complemented by sumptuous accommodation and fabulous food.
  • Cape Lodge is a luxury base for exploring the Margaret River region. Rooms are traditional and elegant and the restaurant is award winning.
  • Injidup Spa Retreat boasts ten luxury villas each with private plunge pool, fireplace and underfloor heating. Relax in the spa, then cook your own barbie or get the inhouse chef to do the hard work for you!

Still not sure which to book?

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  • Adina Apartment Hotel 138 rooms from $145

    Perth

    Self-cater in style with these apartment suites kitted out in the best modern amenities including kitchen and laundry facilities. Adjoining suites available for groups and families, as well as a gym and swimming pool.

    Sights nearby  -  Ten minute walk to Barrack Street Ferry Terminal for trips to Freemantle and Rottnest
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor, with BBQ facilities
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  • Hyatt Regency Perth 367 rooms from $151

    Perth

    Smart, sleek and sophisticated in a superb location by the Swan River, this luxury hotel has top-notch amenities including tennis and squash courts, a spectacular outdoor pool and five restaurants.

    Sights nearby  -  Located by the Swan River, close to the East Perth shopping district and WACA Oval
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor
    Check prices

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  • Empire Retreat & Spa 8 rooms from $195

    Margaret River (Yallingup)

    Luxury villas and suites set in and around a gorgeous farmhouse boasting its own winery. Rooms are contemporary and stylish featuring plenty of natural stone and timber. Spacious guest lounges and atrium style dining room to maximise the views. Heavenly spa for the ultimate in pampering.

    Spa breaks
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • Smiths Beach Resort 55 rooms from $199

    Margaret River (Yallingup)

    Nestled along the lush tropical coastland at Yallingup, the resort offers rooms with private dining verandas and barbeques, as well as self-catering apartments. Family friendly with separate adult and kid swimming pools. For beach lovers.

    Families  -  Flexible accommodation is perfect for families - beach villas have up to four bedrooms
    Swimming Pool  -  Separate kid and adult unheated outdoor pools
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Fitzroy River Lodge from $106

    Western Australia

    A campsite, tented rooms and self contained apartments located in the heart of Kimberley on the banks of the Fitzroy river. Simple but comfortable accommodation and en suite safari style tents for those who prefer glamping. Great facilities including riverside restaurant and large outdoor pool.

    Sights nearby  -  Windjana Gorge National Park and Tunnel Creek National Park
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Check prices
  • El Questro Homestead 9 rooms from $1303

    Western Australia

    A tropical oasis in the rugged landscape of El Questro Wilderness Park. Nine suites offer comfort, luxury and privacy, plus breathtaking views over the Chamberlain River. The perfect place to explore the best of the region’s swimming holes, waterfalls, rainforest and rock formations.

    Views  -  On cliff top overlooking Chamberlain River gorge
    Restrictions on children  -  No children under 12 years
    Great walks  -  Guided gorge walks
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • Berkeley River Lodge 20 rooms from $1094

    Oombulgurri, Western Australia

    Western Australia's most remote luxury lodge sits high on a dune looking out to the Timor Sea. Standalone villas come with air conditioning, outdoor baths and 180 degree panoramic views. Close to some of Kimberley's best fishing spots. Breathtaking.

    All inclusive  -  Price quoted includes gourmet cuisine and selected drinks and tours
    Views  -  180-degree panoramas from Joseph Bonaparte Gulf to Reveley Island, and from the Berkeley River to the red gorges behind
    Fishing  -  Heli-fishing, river and estuary fishing, beach and boat fishing
    Outstanding location  -  Villas on 65m hugh dune
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Sal Salis 9 rooms from $495

    Exmouth, Western Australia

    Nine ensuite rustic-chic safari tents in a stunning remote bush setting on the coast of Western Australia by the Ningaloo Reef. An eco friendly resort - 100% solar powered with natural-ingredient toiletries and composting loos. Uncompromising barefoot luxury at its best.

    Snorkelling  -  A guided introductory snorkel and use of equipment is included in the price
    Views  -  Stunning views of land and sea
    Kayaking  -  Explore the reef by kayak
    Great walks  -  Guided gorge walks
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • Kooljaman Lodge from $43

    Cape Leveque, Western Australia

    Owned and run by two Aboriginal communities, Kooljaman Lodge offers a stunning stay in the red Kimberley landscape. Situated on Cape Leveque, there is a range of accommodation from fully furnished glamping safari tents to powered campsites, suiting every budget.

    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Outstanding location
    Hideaway  -  Tranquil and intimate.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Check prices
  • Cygnet Bay Pearls from $100

    Western Australia

    Cygnet Bay Pearls is Australia's oldest working pearl farm, and offers accomodation in old pearl workers' cottages or luxurious safari style tents. Each are ensuite, with fantastic views to the beach and BBQ facilities. Do the crew mess experience and dine with the pearl farmers.

    Sights nearby  -  Horizontal waterfalls, Kooljaman at Cape Leveque
    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Full of character
    Hideaway  -  Tranquil and intimate.
    Check prices

See all » 7 hotels in Perth

  • Adina Apartment Hotel 138 rooms from $145

    Perth

    Self-cater in style with these apartment suites kitted out in the best modern amenities including kitchen and laundry facilities. Adjoining suites available for groups and families, as well as a gym and swimming pool.

    Sights nearby  -  Ten minute walk to Barrack Street Ferry Terminal for trips to Freemantle and Rottnest
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor, with BBQ facilities
    Check prices
  • Hyatt Regency Perth 367 rooms from $151

    Perth

    Smart, sleek and sophisticated in a superb location by the Swan River, this luxury hotel has top-notch amenities including tennis and squash courts, a spectacular outdoor pool and five restaurants.

    Sights nearby  -  Located by the Swan River, close to the East Perth shopping district and WACA Oval
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor
    Check prices

See all » 5 hotels in Margaret River

  • Empire Retreat & Spa 8 rooms from $195

    Margaret River (Yallingup)

    Luxury villas and suites set in and around a gorgeous farmhouse boasting its own winery. Rooms are contemporary and stylish featuring plenty of natural stone and timber. Spacious guest lounges and atrium style dining room to maximise the views. Heavenly spa for the ultimate in pampering.

    Spa breaks
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
    Check prices
  • Smiths Beach Resort 55 rooms from $199

    Margaret River (Yallingup)

    Nestled along the lush tropical coastland at Yallingup, the resort offers rooms with private dining verandas and barbeques, as well as self-catering apartments. Family friendly with separate adult and kid swimming pools. For beach lovers.

    Families  -  Flexible accommodation is perfect for families - beach villas have up to four bedrooms
    Swimming Pool  -  Separate kid and adult unheated outdoor pools
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
    Check prices

See all » Other hotels in Western Australia

  • Fitzroy River Lodge from $106

    Western Australia

    A campsite, tented rooms and self contained apartments located in the heart of Kimberley on the banks of the Fitzroy river. Simple but comfortable accommodation and en suite safari style tents for those who prefer glamping. Great facilities including riverside restaurant and large outdoor pool.

    Sights nearby  -  Windjana Gorge National Park and Tunnel Creek National Park
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Check prices
  • El Questro Homestead 9 rooms from $1303

    Western Australia

    A tropical oasis in the rugged landscape of El Questro Wilderness Park. Nine suites offer comfort, luxury and privacy, plus breathtaking views over the Chamberlain River. The perfect place to explore the best of the region’s swimming holes, waterfalls, rainforest and rock formations.

    Views  -  On cliff top overlooking Chamberlain River gorge
    Restrictions on children  -  No children under 12 years
    Great walks  -  Guided gorge walks
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
    Check prices
  • Berkeley River Lodge 20 rooms from $1094

    Oombulgurri, Western Australia

    Western Australia's most remote luxury lodge sits high on a dune looking out to the Timor Sea. Standalone villas come with air conditioning, outdoor baths and 180 degree panoramic views. Close to some of Kimberley's best fishing spots. Breathtaking.

    All inclusive  -  Price quoted includes gourmet cuisine and selected drinks and tours
    Views  -  180-degree panoramas from Joseph Bonaparte Gulf to Reveley Island, and from the Berkeley River to the red gorges behind
    Fishing  -  Heli-fishing, river and estuary fishing, beach and boat fishing
    Outstanding location  -  Villas on 65m hugh dune
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
    Check prices
  • Sal Salis 9 rooms from $495

    Exmouth, Western Australia

    Nine ensuite rustic-chic safari tents in a stunning remote bush setting on the coast of Western Australia by the Ningaloo Reef. An eco friendly resort - 100% solar powered with natural-ingredient toiletries and composting loos. Uncompromising barefoot luxury at its best.

    Snorkelling  -  A guided introductory snorkel and use of equipment is included in the price
    Views  -  Stunning views of land and sea
    Kayaking  -  Explore the reef by kayak
    Great walks  -  Guided gorge walks
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
    Check prices
  • Kooljaman Lodge from $43

    Cape Leveque, Western Australia

    Owned and run by two Aboriginal communities, Kooljaman Lodge offers a stunning stay in the red Kimberley landscape. Situated on Cape Leveque, there is a range of accommodation from fully furnished glamping safari tents to powered campsites, suiting every budget.

    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Outstanding location
    Hideaway  -  Tranquil and intimate.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Check prices
  • Cygnet Bay Pearls from $100

    Western Australia

    Cygnet Bay Pearls is Australia's oldest working pearl farm, and offers accomodation in old pearl workers' cottages or luxurious safari style tents. Each are ensuite, with fantastic views to the beach and BBQ facilities. Do the crew mess experience and dine with the pearl farmers.

    Sights nearby  -  Horizontal waterfalls, Kooljaman at Cape Leveque
    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Full of character
    Hideaway  -  Tranquil and intimate.
    Check prices