Cockatoo Island Resort, Kimberley, Western Australia

Cockatoo Island Resort, Kimberley, Western Australia

Once a giant iron ore mine, the original buildings and infrastructure have been converted into deluxe accommodation at this island resort.

The only island resort off the north west of Australia. Cockatoo Island is one of 1000 or more islands which make up the dramatic Buccaneer Archipelago wilderness off the Kimberley Pearl Coast. Hidden beaches smile dazzlingly.Breezes bounce over the balcony of your villa.The tone is tropical.

Comprising of 20 Australian colonial-style luxurious villas, originally built in the 1940s, these are classified as heritage buildings. These timber buildings have been totally transformed and lack none of the character of the original structures. They offer truly spacious, 2-3 bedroom character-filled accommodation, reflecting both the islands's past as well as embracing the comforts of modern times.

Guests staying in one of the Heritage Villas villas, enjoy some of the finest scenery on the island. Wide balconies, push-out windows and Javanese furnishings add to the rustic charm. Each villa is fitted with ceiling fans and air conditioning can found in all bedrooms There is also satellite TV, mini bar and tea/coffee making facilities.

Cockatoo Island Resort, Kimberley, WA

 


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