Best Accommodation in Western Australia

Updated September 20th, 2022


It makes sense that a state as vast as Western Australia has such a varied range of hotels, resorts and retreats. Whether you’re after a Margaret River weekender, a lounge and a swim at Ningaloo Reef, or an escape to a remote – but luxe – lodge in the Kimberley, there’s a place here for you.

  • Rottnest Island/Wadjemup's first luxury hotel has lagoon-like pools and beachside dining.

  • There’s a good reason the stars stay here when they visit the Margaret River region.

  • This hotel-spa has 10 luxurious villas – all with stunning views of Injidup Bay and the Indian Ocean.

  • Beach views and luxury aplenty.

  • Five-star luxury, a day spa, pool and direct beach access.

  • This isolated 15-tent eco-resort is a unique base from which to explore Australia’s other great reef and, at the right time of year, swim with its famous whale sharks. At night, share communal dinners under the stars and get to know your fellow guests.

  • A collection of luxury villas perched atop a sand dune on the spectacular Kimberley coast. This place is so remote it has its own airstrip.

  • This historic flour mill in the heart of wheat and sheep country has been reimagined as a stylish regional hub. Expect 22 sultry rooms (each with Bang & Olufsen speakers and Aesop toiletries), a slick basement wine bar and a buzzy cafe at the ground floor.

  • At this working winery, there are 11 luxurious suites to choose from.

  • This refurbished, historic pub seamlessly blends modern design with original heritage features. The result? A boutique hotel with a luxurious lived-in feel, plus a handsome bar devoted to west coast winemakers

  • This one-million-acre cattle station is the first or last stop on the 660-kilometre Gibb River Road and presents a generous sample of the Kimberley in one compact package. Choose a luxurious room by the river, a tented cabin nestled in the wilderness or a night under canvas.