Enjoy the remote seclusion of the resort’s private beach before getting up close and personal with the area’s wildlife and heritage.
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Activity adventure | Natural world | Relaxation | Wildlife
To the south of Broome, the Ramada Eco Beach Resort aims to give guests access to the beaches and bushlands of the Kimberley wilderness while having a minimal impact on its surroundings. You can access the resort by road, which takes just over an hour, or, if you prefer, by light aircraft (recommended). Which ever way you choose, as you journey south across Australia’s northwest coast, you’ll gain an appreciation of the untouched bushland that surrounds the resort. Explore a little more with a guided tour where you’ll be educated on the 27,000-year history of the Aborigines that occupied Dampier Peninsula. Learn about their semi-nomadic lifestyle that relied on the ocean for sustenance.
From the nature-embracing Eco Tents to the understated luxury of the Eco Villas, there’s an accommodation to suit all tastes. All lodging features open verandahs with outdoor furniture, allowing you to make the most of the garden or ocean view. Aside from the boutique tents and the well-appointed villas there’s also the resort’s two beach houses. The perfect solution for families and groups of friends, they sleep up to six people and come with separate living and dining areas.
Jack’s Bar & Restaurant serves seasonal organic produce accompanied by views over the Indian Ocean’s clarity. Over two thirds of the restaurant’s fruit and vegetables are grown on site while other ingredients are sustainably sourced. Breakfasts and light lunches give way to three-course dinner menus that feature lobster entrées and seafood mains. Unsurprisingly, the vegetarian options are a particular highlight. Outside the restaurant, the resort offers beach dinners, gourmet hampers for romantic picnics and private dining options.
The aforementioned guided walks are complemented by a range of tours that make the most of the area’s abundance of wildlife. From whale watching and turtle monitoring to helicopter fly-bys and a variety of fishing, Ramada firmly cements its eco credentials. For a slower pace, while your days away in the resort’s spa or pool and stay in touch with home on the high speed WiFi. Guests also have use of a shared barbecue area, perfect for indulging in that most famous of Aussie traditions and making the most of your day’s catch.
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