Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast
....with us it’s personal
Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast is located in Exmouth, in the Northwest of Western Australia. Exclusive Accommodation with a "True Getaway Feel"
Deluxe Queen Room
Room Size: 129 ft²
Bed: 1 queen
Room Facilities: View, Garden view, Air conditioning, Iron, Desk, Ironing facilities, Fan, Private entrance, Tile/Marble floor, Wardrobe/Closet, Clothes rack, Shower, Hairdryer, Toilet, Bathroom, Dining area, Kitchenware, Barbecue, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor dining area, Wake-up service, Towels, Linens, Entire unit wheelchair accessible
In high demand!
All about us
The Exmouth / Ningaloo Reef area has been World Heritage Listed acknowledging the natural beauty and unique flora and fauna of this region.
Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast lies on one hectare (2.5 acres) of bushland just 6 kms south of the Exmouth townsite on the Ningaloo Reef. Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast was purpose built in 2010 to be a small, exclusive, comfortable accommodation offering only three large but lovely rooms with your own private entry and having a maximum of only six guests at any one time. This guarantees personal attention and a true ‘getaway’ feel. Sit on the verandah and watch a local wildlife come in for a drink and a feed, look at the amazing skyscape as the sun sets and the stars come out, you won’t believe how many there are!!
Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast has a lot to offer;
- All rooms come with own private bathroom
- Free generous continental style breakfast (A cooked breakfast is available upon request)
- Free WiFi
- BBQ and Terrace
- Pet-friendly accommodation (conditions apply please contact owners before booking)
- Free private parking is available on site
- You will find a shared lounge at the property
- A selection of activities are offered in the area, such as horse riding, snorkelling and diving
Humpback Whales in the Exmouth Gulf
Between August and October the humpback whales have come back into the Gulf with their babies. Even if you don’t go on a cruise for close ups you can see them from the shore. You can even see them from the verandah teaching their little ones all the social skills they need. They breach and play during the day and you can hear them tail slapping while you are having a nightcap.
There are now options to swim with a Humpback whale too. Ask us how.
Yardie Creek is a favourite spot, the colours of the rocks and the water has to be seen to be believed and a walk along the top seeing the black footed rock wallabies, bats and osprey nests is a must, or take a relaxing boat tour on the creek.
Cape Range National Park
Located adjacent to Ningaloo Marine Park, Cape Range National Park boasts spectacular rocky gorges carved by ancient rivers that adjoin one of the most pristine and beautiful coastlines in the world.
A highlight to any Cape Range experience is a trip to Yardie Creek, which flows between sheer cliffs. Guided boat tours are available for visitors to enjoy the tranquillity of the gorge and view the wildlife in its natural setting.
From the foot of the range, a narrow coastal plain extends to the magnificent beaches, waters and coral gardens of Ningaloo Marine Park. Turquoise Bay is made famous for its crystal clear waters, turquoise seas and white sandy beaches. Swimming and snorkelling sites can be accessed from the shore, however, strong currents mean inexperienced swimmers should be accompanied by an experienced swimmer or licenced tour operator.